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Fri Apr 03, 2020 10:13 am


I have a question about the Alpha 864s. Do you think that the board is powerful enough to do 1080p 30- or 60 fps running OBS Studio on Windows 10. I'am thinking of using a M.2 video capture card with this board but want to make sure that the PC can handle video streaming. Will be mostly streaming to Facebook Live or Youtube.

Does anyone have experience with video streaming on the LattePanda Alpha?

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Tue Apr 07, 2020 3:18 pm

m3-7Y30 or m3-8100 is a mobile class CPU subject to the max. TDP constraint.
Check Intel ARK on that.
What I will do is to use an i7 latest gen mini-PC to do the heavy lifting (if no major GPU offloading is required.)
If GPU is needed, pick small form factor PC.

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