Can I use ShadowPlay with AMD graphics card?
AMD is using an overlay setup similar to ShadowPlay for capture of screenshots and video, including capture of the desktop and non-game applications. ReLive also establishes the same default hotkey as ShadowPlay – Alt-Z – but changes are possible through the interface. via
What GPUs are compatible with ShadowPlay?
ShadowPlay supports local recording via GPU encoding, it supports all Direct X 9, 10 and 11 GPUs and is bringing Twitch Streaming support in the near future. Best of all it is “free”, of course you have to buy a GTX 650 or better desktop graphics card but once you have that it doesn't cost you a thing. via
How do I use ShadowPlay on an unsupported GPU?
Is ShadowPlay better than OBS?
ShadowPlay demands enough space in the hard drive and allows users to recompress or re-encode their recorded files as per need. The best idea is to use OBS for long sessions and terrible bandwidth ranges; whereas ShadowPlay is nice choice if you have great bandwidth. via
Does Radeon ReLive use GPU or CPU?
The availability of specific Radeon ReLive recording functions will depend on the GPU being used. For more information on encoding support, please visit Radeon ReLive. Radeon™ R9 300 Series and older products have encoding support up to 1080P resolution at up to 60 Frames Per Second (FPS). via
Can my PC handle a 3070?
NVIDIA officially recommends a 750W PSU for the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 Founders Edition cards, with a 650W PSU recommended for the lesser RTX 3070. We recommend checking out the Corsair RM750x if you'd like to be sure your PC can handle the needs of the new RTX 30-series cards. via
Does my graphics card support ShadowPlay?
In terms of game file size, you will need at least 150 MB of free disk space available. The cheapest graphics card you can play it on is an ATI FireGL T2-128. An Intel Core 2 Duo Q6867 CPU is required at a minimum to run Shadow Play. Shadow Play will run on PC system with Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 and upwards. via
What is the minimum GPU for gaming?
Generally speaking, for 1080p gaming, 2GB of video memory is an adequate minimum, but 4GB is much better. In cards under $300 nowadays, you'll see graphics memory ranging from 1GB up to 8GB. A few of the key cards for 1080p gaming come in 3GB/6GB and 4GB/8GB variants. via
Can you use GeForce experience without an Nvidia graphics card?
Based on the system requirements, a Geforce card is required, so no. You cannot use just your integrated graphics. via
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Does Shadowplay reduce performance?
In most games, you shouldn't see a noticeable performance difference with Shadowplay, 5% is typical, 10% in the most demanding cases. In SLI mode, the performance impact is up to 20%. via
How do you record more than 20 minutes on Shadowplay?
If you want to record more than 20 min you have to put it in manual record mode and have it recording in the background as you're playing. via
How good is Nvidia recording?
Nvidia's ShadowPlay is a solid and easy to use feature that offers fairly good performance for low- to mid-range PCs. If you plan on using an alternative to ShadowPlay on a budget rig we'd recommend deleting the software to prevent GFE from running in the background, and dragging performance down even further. via