Yeah from other forums and reddit, I learned that the 1070's are just not being manufactured anymore which is why the price is so inflated vs the 2060. 2060 is clearly the winner when it comes to performance, and there is just more available on the market than the 1070 which is why they are cheaper.
I think that might be spelling some trouble for you. With the large variation in different sizes it would seem to me that there is a higher probability of a misconfiguration issue. That being said I would agree with some of the other posts here about PSU, older parts and PSU.
I got to be honest with you. I bought an AMD Ryzen processor and an NVIDIA GPU. I kind of wish I had either bought an Intel processor paired with the NVIDIA GPU or just gone all in with AMD and bought the Radeon. I feel like I could have saved money by going the AMD route or gotten better...
Thanks for clarifying! I didn't see that, but I'll look more diligently next time before I post!
Thanks for clarifying, I had no idea NVIDIA always supported Linux. I must have misread the article on NVIDIA's site, it sounded new.
Seems like there might be some truth to this claim. Issues like driver timeouts have caused streamers' games to fail. You don't want your game failing mid-stream. It also looks like the HVEC encoder can mess up your stream when switching between games, which causes lag and stuttering. Watch the...
Try turning the graphics settings down in the game and see if that helps. If you have AMD or Radeon GPUs, you might be able to use their utilities to adjust settings as well. Sounds like a GPU/PSU problem.