Elgato, a Corsair owned company, has added a new external capture card, HD60 X, to its lineup. Elgato’s capture cards allow you to record and live stream via your PC and are preferred by many game streamers across the globe. The latest Elgato HD60 X offers high quality live streaming for services such as YouTube or Twitch and can record in HDR10.
Let’s have a look at its other features below.
Elgato HD60 X Capture Card: Features, Specifications
The Elgato HD60 X external capture card comes with a revamped design with its ports now placed at the rear for a clutter-free look. This upgraded version can capture footage in 4K 30fps HDR, 1080p 60fps HDR, 1440p 120fps SDR, or 1080p 240fps SDR. It also offers pass-through up to 4K 60fps HDR, 1440p 120fps SDR, or 1080 240fps SDR.
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The Elgato HD60 X allows you to enjoy a full 4K streaming owing to the new pass-through tech. Users with compatible displays can experience its Variable Refresh Rate pass-through and high frame rate support. The Elgato HD60 X also promises a low latency gaming experience compared to its predecessor. Furthermore, it provides improved HDR to SDR tone mapping during the conversion of a signal to SDR while streaming. That’s not all, the Elgato HD60 X capture card also comes with 4K Capture Utility software. It allows the mixing of all the recordings like game chat, game sound, background music, and more.
Elgato HD60 X Capture Card: Price, Availability
The Elgato HD60 X is priced at USD $199.99 (approx. ₹15,100), which is similar to the older HD S+ capture card. It is available for purchase via Elgato’s website.