So I will get right down to it. My bf and buy RuneScape gold I play Old School RuneScape on our notebooks and cellular. Well some fuck broke into our flat and of course laptops. They were crap laptops anyways. So we are considering getting gaming notebooks. He doesnt care as long as he be able to record his own gameplay while he performs rather than be laggy and can perform with OSRS. I on the other hand want to start streaming on twitch, so I wanna make sure I get a laptop that’ll have the ability to deal with streaming on twitch rather than affecting things and my gameplay. I dont want na move balls and buy the very best of the very best or anything, since I am only testing the waters.
Basically be flowing on twitch easily run osrs without it being able to record /, and being laggy and, is what I wanna begin with. I figure out if the thing is exactly what I wan na na pursue further, then I can always update my equipment as needed. We are both noobs and also have done some searching online but there is so much to process that I thought it could be simpler to ask Reddit. So recording gameplay or anybody who knows their shit or just if anybody familiar with twitch and OSRS streaming could give us some recommendations on a fantastic gaming notebook to check into and things.
So I have the Helios 300 with the that item and anything I could throw at it play and 1060 game. I’d think you would be OK using the Nitro but I’ve never done Twitch streaming. Have you ever used as you play, any programs that record? Someone had sent me a clip of these murdering me and I had asked what they used and it had been a sort of Nivida software, but might save the last like 30 sec or something like that.I think there is built in software on this Helios 300 that can do so, but I have honestly never done anything with it. Sorry I could not be more help.
I have been reading through some of those gaming notebook communities and keep seeing individuals meantipning the Acer Nirto 5 and have yet to observe a bad.review onto it. The majority of them appear to be folks being impressed with it… so I am kinda leaning towards it. Plus it’s the only one k can locate with all the specs I need for under $1,000. usd. Cause like I said, I’m only testing the waters with the whole streaming thing, and even $880.39 after taxation and shit is still quite an investment for a laptop.There is a current article on this subreddit on a dell gaming laptop using a 2060 to get 979$ that I think is a really good cost for the RTX card.
One thing I hate with nvidia cards that are current is the naming scheme and also my biggest question mark is the existence of this GTX 1650. But the ti is noticeably better. However, if cost is a concern I would advise looking for a deal on rtx 2060 laptop such as that dell. Have you ever looked into the other items which you would need to start streaming? Like Webcam, a Mic and all of rs3 gold that stuff? I would not mind doing that myself with the notebook I’ve coming tomorrow.