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[Help] HD7970 Framerate drops while recording

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January 8, 2013 5:49:23 AM


Hello guys,

Recently, i was trying to record some Black Ops II footage from my 7970 (Stock clock, 75%fan). And on MSI Afterburner and Razer Gamebooster. But when i try to record, the frame issues pops out of nowhere?? :sweat:  :sweat:  :sweat: 

Playing Black Ops 2 on the HP S2032a 1600x900 Monitor 60hz refresh rate. Black Ops II Mp at maxed settings (Texture quality auto, texture filter high, 8x msaa).

Anyone knows if it is the recording device's problem or graphics card/monitor. Because that is what i am thinking now :??: 

Thanks in advance. Any help is greatly appreciated :) 
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January 8, 2013 5:57:05 AM

zmiac-97 said:
Hello guys,

Recently, i was trying to record some Black Ops II footage from my 7970 (Stock clock, 75%fan). And on MSI Afterburner and Razer Gamebooster. But when i try to record, the frame issues pops out of nowhere?? :sweat:  :sweat:  :sweat: 

Playing Black Ops 2 on the HP S2032a 1600x900 Monitor 60hz refresh rate. Black Ops II Mp at maxed settings (Texture quality auto, texture filter high, 8x msaa).

Anyone knows if it is the recording device's problem or graphics card/monitor. Because that is what i am thinking now :??: 

Thanks in advance. Any help is greatly appreciated :) 


Recording live gameplay without a dedicated capture card is a lot of stress put on the CPU and GPU. It's going to happen no matter what you do, you should try lowering AA, and even textures. And also from playing it awhile now, having your max FPS set to unlimited makes the game run a lot smoother. I sort of came to that conclusion after messing around with all the other caps they have.
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January 8, 2013 6:02:11 AM

abCasPeRR said:
Recording live gameplay without a dedicated capture card is a lot of stress put on the CPU and GPU. It's going to happen no matter what you do, you should try lowering AA, and even textures. And also from playing it awhile now, having your max FPS set to unlimited makes the game run a lot smoother. I sort of came to that conclusion after messing around with all the other caps they have.


Hmmm... I am using a i5 3470 and 7970. Buying a dedicated capture card is obviously more than just a waste of money recording PC gameplays. I mean, most YouTubers don't do that??

I have it cap'd on 125. Is it ok? Or should i let it go unlimited fully? :sweat: 
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January 8, 2013 6:09:52 AM

zmiac-97 said:
Hmmm... I am using a i5 3470 and 7970. Buying a dedicated capture card is obviously more than just a waste of money recording PC gameplays. I mean, most YouTubers don't do that??

I have it cap'd on 125. Is it ok? Or should i let it go unlimited fully? :sweat: 


No, buying a dedicated capture card is the best thing to do. I wouldnt recommend it for just little use. And most youtubers that do gameplays are console gamers. But the PC youtubers normally have a dedicated capture card but not all. I stream a lot so I needed to invest into something a little better. It doesnt use your CPU or GPU, and renders and compresses everything its self, so you wont have a 12min video at like some crazy 400gb file.

This is the card I got:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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January 8, 2013 6:42:29 AM

abCasPeRR said:
No, buying a dedicated capture card is the best thing to do. I wouldnt recommend it for just little use. And most youtubers that do gameplays are console gamers. But the PC youtubers normally have a dedicated capture card but not all. I stream a lot so I needed to invest into something a little better. It doesnt use your CPU or GPU, and renders and compresses everything its self, so you wont have a 12min video at like some crazy 400gb file.

This is the card I got:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


I see.. Thanks a lot! :)  :o  :hello: 
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