Razer continues to work on YouTube and Twitch streamers, and has updated the entry-level Ripsaw HD capture card.
What is known
According to The Verge, second generation motherboardretained a separate audio input, as well as an output for the imposition of comments and sound. In the new Ripsaw HD, the company also decided to upgrade the ports by adding USB-C and USB-A 3.0. Unfortunately, the streamer still has to send the captured video to the PC, and support for external drives like AVerMedia 2 Plus has not been delivered.
If the updated ports are unlikely to force streamersto change the board, then the 4K support announced will be a good incentive. The card still transmits the image in 1080p and 60 FPS, but you can play with high resolution.
The second generation Ripsaw HD costs $ 160, which is$ 20 is cheaper than the first version at the start. With this price tag, the new Razer card becomes a competitor to the Elgato HD60, which, although in the same class, costs more and offers less.