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Elgato Gaming 4K60 Pro releases this month

Ultra-HD 4K 60fps Video Capture

When it comes to game capture tech there’s one team that reigns supreme – Elgato. It seems fitting then that Elgato is securing the forefront of the game capture scene with the brand-new 4K60 Pro.

The 4K60 Pro, as the name suggests, captures native 4K resolution gaming at 60fps, and this is by no means a small feat. In fact, this tech is so ridiculously powerful you’re going to need a decent rig to support it.

Elgato 4K60 Pro

4K is definitely here to stay and as Elgato’s Julian Fest said: “content creators shouldn’t be limited by the constraints of their capture hardware”. The timing of this release couldn’t be better what with the Xbox One X just around the corner and the PS4 Pro already sitting pretty in gamers media cabinets. But, just how tasty is this hardware and what do you need to run it?

Game Capture 4K60 Highlights

  • Ultra quality: capture your gameplay in immaculate 4K resolution at 60 FPS
  • Instant Gameview: power your workflow with superior low latency technology
  • Dedicated software: record with ease and export to your favourite editing app

Technical Specifications

  • Interface: PCIe x4
  • Input: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, unencrypted HDMI
  • Output: HDMI (lag-free pass-through)
  • Supported Resolutions: Up to 2160p60
  • Dimensions & Weight: 178 x 121 x 21 mm, 270 g / 7 x 4.7 x 0.83 in, 9.5 oz

System Requirements

  • Windows 10 (64-bit) 6th generation
  • Intel Core i7 CPU (i7-6xxx) / AMD Ryzen 7 (or better)
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10xx / AMD Radeon RX Vega (or better)
  • PCIe x4/x8/x16 slot

The 4K60 Pro releases on November 22nd and as it’s a premium price¬†kit it has a premium price tag to match. ¬£359.95 will secure one of these cards with pre-orders available now from Elgato and Amazon. It is pricey, sure, but this isn’t you’re average capture card and, let’s face it, those YouTubers are rolling in the dough.

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  • guest

    you need a beast PC because there’s no hardware encoder. It completely depends on what you have in your PC and so if your GPU, for example, cannot do 4k60 recording, this capture card cannot do 4k capture. someone asked one of the Elgato team members if the RX580 can do 4k60 recording with this Elgato and they said no.