Elgato’s Latest Capture Card Allows Native 4K/60fps Recording

The next generation of games recording and streaming hardware is upon us.

Posted By | On 09th, Nov. 2017 Under News | Follow This Author @teh_jackson


Premier capture card creators Elgato unveiled the newest addition to the line yesterday with their 4K60 Pro capture care, allowing would be streamers and whomever might want to show off their gameplay to do so at a better quality, and cheaper than ever.

The 4K60 Pro connects to a PCIe slot on a computer to accommodate a maximum bitrate of 140Mbps (that too at native 4K). While it isn’t stand alone like previous cards such as the HD60 Pro, it does allow a far greater range of options, including higher frame rates at lower resolutions, such as 1080p at 240 fps.

For those who can’t wait to upgraded their streams to the next level, the 4K60 Pro capture care is available for preorder on Elgato’s official website, Gamestop and Amazon right now for $399 USD. Just double check that your computer can handle it, you’ll need to be on Windows 10 with an Intel i7/AMD Ryzen 7 and a Nvidia GeForce 10 series or AMD Radeon RX Vega at minimum.


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