NZXT Signal HD60 Capture Card Review
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
NZXT may be best known for its innovative and award-winning PC cases, power supplies and coolers. However, in recent years, they’ve delivered some seriously cool motherboards and peripherals. Now, it looks like they’ve found something else to occupy your desktop space, as they slowly find a way to dominate every possible computer accessory. The NZXT Signal HD60 is a full-HD capture card, well suited to content creators and streamers alike.
NZXT Signal HD60
With HDMI 2.0 input and USB 3.2 (Gen 1) Type C connectivity, the whole thing is pretty much plug-and-play. What’s great is that it’ll accept inputs of up to 4K60, meaning you can enjoy the full benefits of your 4K monitor or TV with your PC or the latest consoles with ultra-low latency. Meanwhile, the Signal can capture up to 1920×1080 (Full HD) at 60 FPS while passing up to 4K through to your display. Overall, it should be perfect for a bit of Twitch streaming, creating YouTube content and more.
What NZXT Had to Say
“Get your stream up and running with the NZXT Signal HD60. Capture gameplay from consoles, smartphones, cameras, or a second PC at up to 1080p60. The HD60 allows for zero-lag passthrough, ultra-low latency, and is plug-and-play with any streaming software providing a smooth streaming experience from device, to PC, to you.” – NZXT