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Posted: Sunday 9 August 2020 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]
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On the Lookout for a laptop to play OSRS

My bf and I both play Old School RuneScape on our notebooks and cellular. Well some dumb fuck broke into our apartment and of course notebooks. They had been crap laptops. So we're considering getting better gaming notebooks. He doesnt care as long as he could perform with OSRS and be in a position to record his gameplay while he performs and not be laggy. I on the other hand need to begin streaming on twitch, so I wan na t be sure I purchase a notebook that will be able to deal with not and OSRS gold streaming on twitch affecting things and my gameplay. Since I'm just testing the waters I dont want na go balls and purchase the very best of the best or anything.

Fundamentally run osrs with no being laggy, and being able to record/ and be flowing on twitch smoothly, is what I wanna start with. I guess if the twitch thing is exactly what I wanna pursue farther, I will upgrade my equipment as needed. We have done some and are equally spec noobs but there's just so much to process that I thought it might just be easier to ask Reddit. So if anyone familiar with OSRS and twitch streaming or just recording gameplay or anybody who knows their shit can give us some recommendations on a fantastic gaming notebook to look into and stuff.

So I have the Helios 300 with all the that thing and anything I could throw at it play and 1060 game. I have never done Twitch streaming although I would think you would be OK using the Nitro. Have you used any programs that record while you playwith? Someone had sent me a chunk of them killing me once and I had asked what they used and it had been some sort of Nivida software, but could save the past like 30 sec or something like that.I think there is built in software with this Helios 300 that can do so, but I have honestly never done anything with it. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

I have been reading thru some of the gaming laptop communities and maintain seeing individuals meantipning the Acer Nirto 5 and have yet to observe a bad.review onto it. Most of them appear to be folks being impressed with it... so I'm kinda leaning towards it. Plus it is the only 1 k can find. usd. Cause like I said, I am only testing the waters with the whole streaming thing, and $880.39 after taxes and shit is still quite an investment to get a laptop.There is a recent article on this subreddit on a dell gaming laptop using a 2060 to get 979$ which I think is a really solid cost for an RTX card.

1 thing that I hate with current nvidia cards is the naming scheme and my biggest question mark is the occurrence of this GTX 1650. However, the ti is obviously noticeably better. However, if cost is a concern I would really recommend searching for a bargain on rtx 2060 notebook such as that dell. Have you looked into the other items you would need to begin streaming? Like a Mic, Webcam and RuneScape gold buy all that stuff? I would not mind doing this myself especially with the new notebook I've coming tomorrow.
 

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