the launch of two external video capture cards, the Signal 4K30 and the Signal HD60. NZXT said the new product could help creators get into streaming with a lower investment. Just plug the external capture card into the USB 3.2 Gen1 port and any HDMI device, and you can use any live video software (such as OBS or Streamlabs OBS) for streaming, enables zero-latency pass-through and works seamlessly with Skype, Zoom, Discord, or other video calling software, and is compatible with Mac and PC (
10 & Windows 11).
The Signal 4K30 can capture 4K resolution video at 30 frames per second and play or game in 4K@60Hz HDR, 1440P@144Hz HDR, or 1080P@240Hz HDR. This specification is sufficient for the latest generation of game consoles and high-end PCs. The Signal HD60 can capture 1080P resolution video at 60 frames per second and play or play games at 4K@60Hz, which is more than enough for most low-end monitors and 4K TVs.
The Signal 4K30 and Signal HD60 capture cards have the features users need, plug-and-play, easy setup, and a great user experience, as well as support for NZXT CAM control software. Both products also come with an HDMI 2.0 cable and a USB-C to USB-A data cable in the package.
NZXT is also introducing a new “chat cable” that is also plug-and-play, ensuring that what you hear on the headset is captured when recording and streaming. At the same time, the length of the cable reaches 2 meters, which is convenient for users to adjust the appropriate use distance.
These are available now, with the Signal 4K30 and Signal HD60 capture card priced at $179.99 and $139.99, respectively, and the chat cable for $9.90.