Remember when NZXT just made cases? Well, today the company is expanding further into the PC market with its first ever capture card – the Signal HD60. This is an affordable external capture card that allows content creators to stream 1080p 60fps footage with low latency. Here’s everything you need to know.
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00:58 Unboxing and design
02:29 Build quality
02:44 Chat cable
03:04 Who is it for?
04:08 Setting it up / samples
08:03 NZXT v ELGATO & Alternatives
08:46 Mirrorless camera capture
09:11 Closing Thoughts
- Input and Passthrough: HDMI 2.0
- Power and Data: USB 3.2 (Gen 1) Type C
- PC Connection: USB-C to USB-A
- Compliance: Compliant with HDMI 2.0 and DVI 1.0 specification
- System OS: PC / Windows 10, Windows 11
- Maximum recording: 1920×1080: 60fps
- Maximum passthrough: 3840x2160p:60 FPS, 2560x1440p:60 FPS, 1920x1080p:60 FPS, 1920x1080i:60 FPS, Others:720p, 480p, 576p, 480i, 576i
The NZXT Signal HD60 has a retail price of £129.99 and is available directly from NZXT HERE.
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- Plug and play.
- Competitive pricing .
- Slimline and sleek design.
- 1080p 60fps footage looks great.
- YUY2 colour.
- No HDR passthrough or support.
- 1080p 60fps recording and passthrough limit.
- No VRR support.
- The white LED at the front can be annoying .
- Build quality is OK, but not great (it’s entirely plastic).
KitGuru says: The Signal HD60 offers a budget, reliable option for streamers and although we miss out on some other features like HDR and VRR support, if you need that, you can opt for the Signal 4K 30.
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