We’ve known about the Elgato 4K60 Pro for quite some time now. It’s exciting tech that will allow gamers to record 4K gameplay at 60fps. With the PS4 Pro, and soon the Xbox One X, releasing and making 4K console gameplay a reality, there’s been a surge in demand for a 4K60 compatible capture device.
If you’re into capturing gameplay and uploading it to the internet in the highest possible quality, the Elgato 4K60 Pro is probably already on your radar. Up until now, however, the price and release date have been mysteries.
Here are the 4K60 highlights, final specs and system requirements:
- Ultra quality: capture your gameplay in immaculate 4K resolution at 60 FPS
- Instant Gameview: power your workflow with superior low latency technology
- Dedicated software: record with ease and export to your favorite editing app
- Interface: PCIe x4
- Input: PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One X, unencrypted HDMI
- Output: HDMI (lag-free pass-through)
- Supported Resolutions: Up to 2160p60
- Dimensions & Weight: 178 x 121 x 21 mm, 270 g / 7 x 4.7 x 0.83 in, 9.5 oz
- Windows 10 (64-bit) 6th generation
- Intel Core i7 CPU (i7-6xxx) / AMD Ryzen 7 (or better)
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10xx / AMD Radeon RX Vega (or better)
- PCIe x4/x8/x16 slot
What do you think of the price? By comparison, the Elgato HD60 Pro, which capturing 1080p60 gameplay, retails for $199.99. So, it’s double the price for quadruple the resolution, I guess!
In other Elgato news, here’s our interview with Elgato Gaming’s senior partnerships manager Miguel Lozada, and here’s a refresher on what we saw from Elgato and the 4K60 Pro at gamescom 2017.