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rems32
03-10-2017, 08:23 AM
Hello, I have a problem with a computer of one customer. The framerate is low.

The computer :

Dell Optiplex 7020
Intel® Core™ i5-4590 Processor (Quad Core, 3.30GHz Turbo, 6MB, w/ HD Graphics 4600)
1 8Go, NON-ECC, 1600MHz DDR3,2DIMM,OptiPle
1 500Go 3,5 pouces ATA (7.200 tr/min)
1 Graphique card Intel integrated

With A Nvidia NVS 310 graphic card, performance has been greatly improved.

Asus G751JY

With this laptop, in the same network, performance is perfect.
Intel Core i7- 4860HQ
SSD 512 Go
RAM 32 Go
GTX 980M

You always say that cpu is the most important (minimum core i3).
The Nvidia NVS 310 is 3 times less powerful than the integrated intel HD 4600 card. But the result is better.
So what is the problem ? Or the solution ?

rems32
03-16-2017, 05:43 AM
Hello
Nobody knows the reason ?

kanep
03-16-2017, 08:10 AM
The CPU is important for the NDI protocol. But when it comes to screen capture, the graphics card does play a role as well since that is where the data to be captured comes from. I'm not sure the exact difference between an Intel and NVidia card of those models, but perhaps the nVidia is faster in the way NDI Scan Converters needs while it overall might not be as fast as the Intel.

rems32
03-16-2017, 10:14 AM
It would be interesting to know the minimum specifications for the gpu because the specifications for the cpu are not enough.
Can you investigate ?

astrogurug
03-20-2017, 02:03 AM
The CPU is important for the NDI protocol. But when it comes to screen capture,

rems32
03-20-2017, 04:25 AM
The CPU is important for the NDI protocol. But when it comes to screen capture,

I think it lacks the end of the sentence !