Manufacturer NZXT advertises two capture cards. It’s about the Signal 4K30 and Signal HD60. As the product names suggest, Signal 4K30 can record at 4k resolution and 30 frames per second. For the Signal HD60, it’s 1080p at 60 frames per second.
The Signal 4K30 and Signal HD60 have the same housing and connections. On the back of the capture cards are two HDMI ports and a USB Type-c port. The difference mainly lies in the video quality and this is also noticeable in the price. The Signal 4K30 costs €180 while the Signal HD60 costs €140.
For the additional cost of Signal 4K30, you can record and stream photos in 4k. This is possible with 30 frames per second and HDR. You can also choose to record at 1440p. Then the number of frames per second can be a maximum of 144. If you lower the resolution to 1080p, it is possible to record 240 frames per second.
The Signal HD60 can record in 1080p at 60 frames per second by default. According to NZXT, capture cards are compatible with OBS, Streamlabs, and other mainstream streaming software. The manufacturer is also releasing a chat cable with capture cards, with which you can listen to audio from your console on a headset and stream at the same time while broadcasting.
NZXT is primarily known for its cases and other PC components. Recently, the manufacturer has also focused more on its peripherals. Earlier this year, NZXT released a file Special gaming keyboard and mouse In the market.
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