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Streaming for twitch and the stream quality is decent but my fps drops to 20 or 30 and its hard to play competitivley. Ive messed with a bunch of settings. Idk what to do. I have a ryzen 5 1400 CPU a evga gtx 1060 and 16gb of ram. 3gb on the graphics card.

What do i do to fix the low fps?! Please help.

Im trying to stream PUBG
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Not for the minimum, but as 'recommended' I've seen a 1060 w/ *6* GB indicated for PUBG, which is a demanding game (I guess for a better playable experience - like a smoother frame rate). That CPU isn't the strongest, but not sure if that matters that much. That GPU may only have 1 fan, chk your temps, wonder if the GPU or CPU is throttling. Ryzen gets hotter also, I hope this wasn't a prebuilt, - Amazon, etc. If you got it here, I hope you had push-pull fans at least if you only got a 120mm CPU H2O cooler. An easier thing to fix is adding fans to the case, you need at least 2 or 3, less heat buildup means less potential throttling.

 
 
 
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Yeah i just bought some fans. I realized i didnt opt for the push pull fans. So fans installed and then cpu upgrade.

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Yeah i just bought some fans. I realized i didnt opt for the push pull fans. So fans installed and then cpu upgrade.
Btw i have the h60 corsair liquid cooling system
Idk if that helps anything
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Good cooler, but the 2nd fan might have kept the CPU cooler, it's just a Ryzen 5, and Ryzen doesnt run as hot as older AMD, so I think you'd be OK, just chk the CPU temps to see if the xtra fan is needed on the rad. The case fans should help also. On the GPU, you can D/L free EVGA Precision S'ware if you don't already have it, and adjust the fan curve, to come on sooner, and spin faster. You can also use it to adjust core and memory clock speeds on the GPU, but if the GPU is running hot, I'd be careful abt that. If not, amping up the GPU might improve your frame rate.
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