Elgato Game Capture HD60X review

A short review of Elgato Game Capture HD60X grabber for use with HyperHDR. It is the most expensive high-end capturing device tested to date. Let's check whether the price will translate into quality and features. Overview In the box, apart from the graber itself, you will find a very long USB-C 3.0 to USB-A cable and a 1.5m HDMI2.0 cable. Specification: passthrough: 2160p60, 1440p120, 1080p240, VRR, HDR capture: 2160p30, 1440p60, 1080p60, 1080p30, 1080i, 720p60, 576p, 480p (official specification) similar to Ezcap 320, it does not support CEC nor HDCP (must be disabled on the source) The first thing I did was update the firmware. In tests it turned out that the grabber also supports 1080p120 capturing. The most important feature that differs from the previously tested grabbers is VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) support, which will please players. The internal HDMI splitter supports HDR stream, which only Ezcap 320 and AV Access 4KVC00 (but in a limited bandwidth range) c

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