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Avgs $383, lowest previous $290
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Newegg has it at the same price.
https://www.newegg.com/elgato-gam...6815131029
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The renewed version of this card is only $199 via Corsair Outlet on Amazon and they look brand new and work great. Comes with a brown box though.
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I highly recommend the Aver Media Live Gamer 4k over this. It sits around this price normally and handles 4K HDR . You can record HDR and it has no issues passing it through. It will also tone map HDR content to SDR for streaming or recording. The features blow this card out of the water imo
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I highly recommend the Aver Media Live Gamer 4k over this. It sits around this price normally and handles 4K HDR . You can record HDR and it has no issues passing it through. It will also tone map HDR content to SDR for streaming or recording. The features blow this card out of the water imo
The Elgato supports these same features now, including tone mapping, BUT only on the cards that have the newer hardware. Whether these have that hardware or not is a crap shoot.

Personally, I've never had experience with Aver Media, but heard good things. I love my 4k60, it works amazeballs with the Xbox One X and processing the video for my out feed. I've had no issues with the HDR capabilities since they upgraded the hardware, for free using the old trade in program (expired Jan 2019). The tone mapping is also excellent for color adjusting your stream feed.

Again, this is all dependent upon whether it's new hardware or not, and since it doesn't specifically state whether it is or not, I would say avoid this deal, or be ready to return the item if it doesn't support HDR throughput.
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Is there anything special about Elgato? I always find their prices more than other cards.
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Is there anything special about Elgato? I always find their prices more than other cards.
Do you have examples of 4k60 cards?
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The Elgato supports these same features now, including tone mapping, BUT only on the cards that have the newer hardware. Whether these have that hardware or not is a crap shoot.

Personally, I've never had experience with Aver Media, but heard good things. I love my 4k60, it works amazeballs with the Xbox One X and processing the video for my out feed. I've had no issues with the HDR capabilities since they upgraded the hardware, for free using the old trade in program (expired Jan 2019). The tone mapping is also excellent for color adjusting your stream feed.

Again, this is all dependent upon whether it's new hardware or not, and since it doesn't specifically state whether it is or not, I would say avoid this deal, or be ready to return the item if it doesn't support HDR throughput.
The 4k60 Elgato card supports HDR passthrough, but does not record in HDR. The Aver Media card records in HDR.
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The 4k60 Elgato card supports HDR passthrough, but does not record in HDR. The Aver Media card records in HDR.
As of 1.6.0 elgato supports hdr recording as well.
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I highly recommend the Aver Media Live Gamer 4k over this. It sits around this price normally and handles 4K HDR . You can record HDR and it has no issues passing it through. It will also tone map HDR content to SDR for streaming or recording. The features blow this card out of the water imo
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The Elgato supports these same features now, including tone mapping, BUT only on the cards that have the newer hardware. Whether these have that hardware or not is a crap shoot.

Personally, I've never had experience with Aver Media, but heard good things. I love my 4k60, it works amazeballs with the Xbox One X and processing the video for my out feed. I've had no issues with the HDR capabilities since they upgraded the hardware, for free using the old trade in program (expired Jan 2019). The tone mapping is also excellent for color adjusting your stream feed.

Again, this is all dependent upon whether it's new hardware or not, and since it doesn't specifically state whether it is or not, I would say avoid this deal, or be ready to return the item if it doesn't support HDR throughput.
Thank you guys for bringing up this HDR issue with Elgato cards. It looks like Elgato cards only support 4k HDR passthrough, not HDR recording while the AverMedia actually do both pass through and recording.

Gonna return the Elgato and go with Avermedia now. . Peace
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