Ehh, streaming is something I'd like to try, but I'm too gawd dayum bwussy, but maybe one day... maybe. I have the livegamer hd PCI-E version and RECentral blows torch on the quality, and with external software using it as a source, it uses more CPU than recording normally. Blasphemy! 2 PC setup is probably the best answer for pure streaming, I'll pick a laptop this summer, maybe then I'll do some streaming while recording.
In any case, there was some really useful info that I'll use in the future. Good job!
0x124 is usually hardware failure or system instability error. Certain motherboard are not suited for overclocking, even a slight change might make the system unstable. If your PSU is 700W or more, it shouldn't be the problem. Motherboards in general give next to no difference in performance no matter how "awesome" they are, it's the features on it that can reduce the load from the cpu like separate audio module. Though in some cases it might need a BIOS update to improve system stability.
For now I would say it's the motherboard, cause if you changed pretty much everything else, there's nothing else that could be.
Would there be a way to remove a video that is in queue or encoding? I uploaded a video before I checked it and it has audio problems, but to remove it, I have to wait until its finished encoding. It would be nice to be able to remove the video while it is encoding and possibly in queue.
I've used Mirillis Action! before so first of all, the on screen indicator does not show the fps your game runs at when you're recording but the fps it's recording at + average. If the fps jumps a lot, it can result in a very choppy video file. The only guaranteed smooth video you'll get is when the game runs 30-60-90... constantly (math goes - recording fps * 1, fps * 2, fps *3 etc.). In many instances when the game fps jumps between 35-55 fps, the video file will be choppy.
Secondly, it can be the software itself. I've had some instances where recording at 30, even the game was laggy, but recording at 60 fps (even though the game ran <60fps) it was smooth/smoother. And the other way around. I've done a personal recording software test and Action! does not excel other software in anything except file size. You should try dxtory and see what fps you get with it, because you get the same while recording with Action! (if your HDD isn't a bottleneck). Recording to SSD is generally a bad idea as it can't keep up with constant writes and will wear down quickly.
You must disable the resampling. I don't remember how you can do it for all the videos (I know you can do it by selecting all videos in your video track and then right click > and then something). If it's a single clip, select it, right click, properties and select disable resampling.