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I use the 64-bit version of Open Broadcaster Software and the 64-bit version of WoW to stream. I recommend playing WoW in full-screen windowed mode for optimal FPS.
I have tried using Dxtory but was plagued with annoying crashes and 32 vs 64-bit compatibility issues. For now, I am not bothering with Dxtory and see no reason to use it.
My stream settings are based on having 30Mbps download and 5Mbps upload. If I had higher upload then I would try streaming in 1080p, but when faced with choosing between 720p @ 60FPS or 1080p @ 30FPS, I think the 60FPS looks much better.
You may use this program to determine which Twitch server to connect to.