Corsair launches newest capture card with the Elgato HD60 X

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The HD60 X also comes with 4k Capture Utility software. This lets users aggregate all the sounds and recordings they want from their PC, including things like game chat, discord, background music, and potentially even closed off cutscenes and capture them in 1080p60 HDR10 or 4K30 quality complete with 48kHz audio. The HD60 X can also output its feed to streaming software like OBS, which is pretty necessary for most streamers today.

The ports look tidy all held at the back, and all in all this looks like a great upgrade for folks using external capture cards. It’s available to buy now (opens in new tab) in most places for $199.99 USD, which is the same price the previous HD60 S+ is currently going for making it feel like a fair upgrade price wise as well. Though if you’re looking for something a bit more fancy, the Elgato 4K60 S+ (opens in new tab) is still one of the fanciest cards around that doesn’t even need a PC to work.

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