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    If you're an Xbox One X gamer, this is the capture card you want.

    In 2018, 4K video is hard. More pixels mean more power to process them, whether you're playing a game or rendering a video. For gamers, even playing a game at 4K resolution requires serious GPU power. Microsoft has changed the game with the Xbox One X, a console that costs less than a high-end graphics card and that is capable of delivering games natively at 4K at 60 frames per second (4K60).
    So gamers and content creators rightly want to be able to harness this new power, but ways of capturing 4K60 footage are still sparse.
    AVerMedia has delivered, though, with a $300 capture card that looks incredibly compelling. The Live Gamer 4K ticks all the boxes, but should you buy one? Absolutely. Here's why.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    07-06-2018 08:10 AM

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