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Posted · Original PosterOP

I need a game capture card with can record at 1080p 60 FPS.

I was going for  Aver Media's LGP Lite or the normal LGP.

It's for recording on a PC by the way, since fraps has a crazy file size when recording.

I was looking at the elgato hd60 (tell me if it's good or something :D)

I will be playing FPS, racing, TPS, RPG, etc


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I need a game capture card with can record at 1080p 60 FPS.

I was going for  Aver Media's LGP Lite or the normal LGP.

It's for recording on a PC by the way, since fraps has a crazy file size when recording.

I was looking at the elgato hd60 (tell me if it's good or something :D)

I will be playing FPS, racing, TPS, RPG, etc

Have you not already youtube searched Elgato 60fps capture reviews?

LGP doesn't do 1080p/60fps,........... but 720p/60fps and 1080p/30fps.

Although I've been doing 720p@60fps and upscaling it for 1080p/60fps youtube, and it isn't that noticeable because of youtube compression anyway. But If you were to do local HDD playback,  you'd definitely notice however.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

i did do some research, and these were the two i selected, but i needed more help, so i came here


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i did do some research, and these were the two i selected, but i needed more help, so i came here

Fair enough, was only asking... and I can't speak for the elgato, but as stated, thats my experience with the LGP.

BTW - you'll get told this eventually, quote/like someone's post for the website to notify them of a reply, otherwise I'd not have known you did reply.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Fair enough, was only asking... and I can't speak for the elgato, but as stated, thats my experience with the LGP.

BTW - you'll get told this eventually, quote/like someone's post for the website to notify them of a reply, otherwise I'd not have known you did reply.

lol, thanks for the tip bro :D

do you happen to know any good external dvd drives since my case doesn't have a slot for it and i have a few games on disk and i pre-ordered a few collector's edition games so more disks :P so i need something to install em with 


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lol, thanks for the tip bro :D

do you happen to know any good external dvd drives since my case doesn't have a slot for it and i have a few games on disk and i pre-ordered a few collector's edition games so more disks :P so i need something to install em with 

External USB DVD drives are fine, and usually cheap enough $30


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External USB DVD drives are fine, and usually cheap enough $30

do you know any? make? model? 


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do you know any? make? model? 

Not really, It's not something many people keep up to date on.

As long as it's got a decent write speed of 6-8x or higher, the better.

This is the one I have - http://www.msy.com.au/sa/elizabeth/pc-components/9863-samsung-se-208db-tsbs-external-slim-size-usb-dvd-rw.html

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2x USB ports (One for Power + Operation at low burning speeds) But using included cables (having two connections for USB) it writes at a faster speed using both than using the one USB port.


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Not really, It's not something many people keep up to date on.

As long as it's got a decent write speed of 6-8x or higher, the better.

This is the one I have - http://www.msy.com.au/sa/elizabeth/pc-components/9863-samsung-se-208db-tsbs-external-slim-size-usb-dvd-rw.html

samsung-se-208db-tsbs-external-slim-size

2x USB ports (One for Power + Operation at low burning speeds) But using included cables (having two connections for USB) it writes at a faster speed using both than using the one USB port.

thanks :D


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I know my favourite Youtuber uses an Elgato Gamecapture HD, which if I had to buy one looks like the one I'd probably pick. You can see his review thing here:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWHR-PjXa3A


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