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Cheers guys.
Here are my PC Specs:
8GB of RAM.
Intel Core i5-25000K
nVidia GT 440

Now, my question is: Will an Elgato capture card work on my PC?
Thanks.
 

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Windows:

• Windows 7, Windows 8 or later for version 1.x of Elgato Game Capture HD software.
• Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows 8, or later for version 2.0 (or later) of Elgato Game Capture HD software.
• 2 Ghz (or higher, before any boost or burst mode) dual core CPU, or 2 Ghz (or higher, before Turbo Boost) multi-core i3, i5 or i7 CPU
• Sound card (if your laptop can play sound, then it meets this requirement)
• 4GB Total Installed RAM (or higher)
• Built-in USB 2.0 port


To use Stream Command with the Elgato Game Capture HD 2.0 software:

• 2nd generation Intel Core i7 CPU (i7-2xxx or comparable), 2 Ghz or higher, before Turbo Boost
• Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or later


This was all copy/paste from their website.
 

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I'll be using it only for recording.
Soooo.....is that a yes? :D
 
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I'll be using it only for recording.
Soooo.....is that a yes? :D
Yeah lol I am using a mac and it runs smoothly, just remember to have enough space on your hard drive since they videos are in HD and if you have an HD60 it will be in 60fps sooo they are quite heavy videos but worth it :)
 
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Yeah lol I am using a mac and it runs smoothly, just remember to have enough space on your hard drive since they videos are in HD and if you have an HD60 it will be in 60fps sooo they are quite heavy videos but worth it :)
Thanks a lot man. I was thinking of buying the HD60s. Is there a big difference between them?
 

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Thanks a lot man. I was thinking of buying the HD60s. Is there a big difference between them?
I read that is the USB that is different as in normally is usb 2.0 but HD60 S has the 3.0 which the delay on the capture is minimum which works great when live streaming so your audio and video is more sync than and less delay with the viewers I guess?
 

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I read that is the USB that is different as in normally is usb 2.0 but HD60 S has the 3.0 which the delay on the capture is minimum which works great when live streaming so your audio and video is more sync than and less delay with the viewers I guess?
Nice. Thanks a lot.
 
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