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What CPU do u need to multi-stream

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July 14, 2012 4:41:30 PM

I'm new to this

Can you plz help

Just wondering what processor + how much Ram in my laptop or ultra book

Should I get to multi-stream in HD 3D

I'm using mezzmo + serviio to stream

To 3 ps3's + tv Samsung (ue46c8000) led

At the moment I can stream 1080p on tv also I can stream to

2 ps3 however the other ps3 stutters


At the moment I'm using only a atom + 2GB

Any Advice would be appreciated

Thanks

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July 14, 2012 5:38:34 PM

siriusblack said:
I'm new to this

Can you plz help

Just wondering what processor + how much Ram in my laptop or ultra book

Should I get to multi-stream in HD 3D

I'm using mezzmo + serviio to stream

To 3 ps3's + tv Samsung (ue46c8000) led

At the moment I can stream 1080p on tv also I can stream to

2 ps3 however the other ps3 stutters


At the moment I'm using only a atom + 2GB

Any Advice would be appreciated

Thanks


The Atom is an ulra low power low heat CPU and IMO is junk. Sure it doesn't get as hot or suck power but the trade off is it doesn't performan that great. At the very least an I3 with 4 or 6 Gigs of RAM should be fine.
July 14, 2012 6:35:09 PM

Thanks for reply

The i3, i5 or i7 has it got to be ivy bridge?

Thanks again

Appreciated
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July 14, 2012 6:44:32 PM

No you don't HAVE to get Ivy Bridges. Ivy Bridges has only a slight increase in performace, the biggest difference between Ivy Bridges and Sandy Bridges is Ivy Bridges has better integrated graphics. If you plan on using integrated graphics then I would give Ivy Bridges serious consideration.
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