NZXT launches two capture/streaming boxes

Robin Lamorlette

June 29, 2022 at 12:55 p.m.


NZXT 4K30 and HD60 © NZXT


NZXT enters the closed market of video capture and streaming devices with two versatile external capture cards.

Called “Signal 4K30” and “Signal HD60”, these two new products are aimed at budding content creators thanks to their particularly affordable price.

Versatile capture in 4K and HD

As external cards, the Signal 4K30 and HD60 are extremely easy to use thanks to Plug-and-Play technology. To use them, all you have to do is connect them to a USB 3.2 port and an HDMI device to launch directly into a stream or a video capture via any capture software, such as OBS or Streamlabs.

Who says HDMI says high compatibility, since these two new NZXT products can be connected to a PC, a game console or even a camera.

As their name suggests, the Signal 4K30 and HD60 offer to capture high quality videos for Twitch, YouTube and others, respectively in 4K at 30 frames per second, or in 1080p at 60 frames per second. The Signal 4K30 is also able to capture in 1080p and can in this case go up to 240 frames per second without any lag to deplore.

New capture cards and new cable for an affordable price

In addition to either of these external cards, NZXT also offers a brand new cable called “Chat”, sold separately for 9.99 euros. With a length of two meters, it allows you to use a gaming headset to hear the audio of a console and capture everything.

This will require plugging it directly into a motherboard. A rather practical option for those who have a headset with a microphone connected to a controller.

A new range of rather complete products for video capture, courtesy of NZXT. Another notable advantage of the Signal HD60 and 4K30: their price. They are both offered respectively at the MSRP price of 139.99 and 179.99 euros.

These new products are already available on the official NZXT website, cited in source below, as well as at all sworn retailers.

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