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How to stream your gaming sessions

Video game streaming is something many enthusiast and casual players want to partake in, but getting a stream up and running on your preferred gaming platform can be a chore.First, you have to sign up for a Twitch account and copy your stream key, a unique code that’s used to link and stream to your profile from the free broadcasting apps Twitch recommends.

How to stream your gaming sessions

First, you have to sign up for a Twitch account and copy your stream key, a unique code that’s used to link and stream to your profile from the free broadcasting apps Twitch recommends.Once installed, you’ll be prompted to enter your stream key so that OBS can communicate with your Twitch channel and actually, you know, stream something.

Here are the confirmed specs for Intel's next-gen gaming CPUs

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We have been hearing about Intel's upcoming Comet Lake S desktop CPUs for a long time now, with numerous leaks and rumors making the rounds.Adding to the pile, a handful of official looking slides from Intel's related press deck have found their way to the web, and confirm the specs of three of Intel's top gaming chips.

The best Australian NBN plans for gaming

For those who spend a lot of time gaming, things can potentially get expensive if you're on a capped plan.If you're regularly downloading games from your terrifying Steam backlog, the gigabytes can rack up fairly quickly.

The best MSI laptop for gaming 2020

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MSI is one of the better-known brands when it comes to PC gaming, and MSI laptops are some of the most recognisable.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) IPS 144Hz | Storage: 256GB – 1TB SSD | Battery: 82Wh | Dimensions: 9.

AMD's new Ryzen gaming laptop chip is out there kicking Intel's butt

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We've finally got our hands on the new AMD Renoir Ryzen 9 4900HS, and if the ROG Zephyrus G14 is anything to go by, it looks like AMD's success in desktops is going to continue in the laptop space.There's plenty to like about the new laptop from Asus, but it's that processor which really stands out as an absolute monster.