The new Razer Ripsaw HD is a screen card for $ 159 for PC, Xbox and more

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Razer Ripsaw

Razer is no stranger to online game streaming and that is why the announcement of their new entry-level screen is not so strange. That card called Ripsaw HD goes on sale on April 11 for $ 159, directly comparable to the Elgato HD60 card, but ten dollars cheaper.

While direct recording and broadcast at 60 frames per second (FPS) in full HD are welcome, it is the addition of 4K 60 FPS passthrough that is really exciting. That makes Ripsaw perfect for high-end PCs or the Xbox One X, which have more advanced screen options.

Additional functions include a simple design, USB 3.0 connection (Type-C) and microphone and headset connections for audio. These audio bits enable native audio mixing for the game and the player's microphone without latency or synchronization delays.

For setups, users can easily go with the simple plug-n-play design or fully unpack with a dual PC configuration with a special box for gaming and a secondary for streaming with the Ripsaw in between.

Stream everywhere


Razer Ripsaw HD screen capture card

Full HD streaming, 4K passthrough

Razer & # 39; s entry-level Ripsaw capture card packs all the features we want in streaming hardware in 2019 at a price that makes its opponents jealous. With a slim design and easy installation, regardless of the hardware, Ripsaw has to break through the competition.

Razer Ripsaw HD specifications and functions

Razer Ripsaw

Razer Ripsaw

  • Maximum capture resolution: uncompressed 1080p 60 FPS.
  • Interface: USB 3.0 only.
  • Video input: digital – HDMI 2.0.
  • Audio input: digital – HDMI.
  • Audio Mix-in input: 3.5 mm Mic-in / 3.5 mm Aux input.
  • Video output: HDMI 2.0.
  • Maximum supported resolutions: 2160p60.
  • Other supported resolutions: 2160p, 1080p, 1440p, 720p, 480p.
  • Contains: USB3.0 Type C to Type A cable, HDMI 2.0 cable, 3.5 mm audio cable.
  • $ 159.99 USD / 169.99 € MSRP.
  • Razer.com – April 8, 2019.
  • Worldwide – Early Q2, 2019.

Ripsaw HD works with Open Broadcaster Software, Mixer, Streamlabs, XSplit, Twitch & YouTube and lets users stream from any hardware, including PC, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, Razer Phone and more.

The appearance and feel of the Ripsaw HD fits nicely in other entry modules for streaming from Razer such as the Razer Seiren X microphone and Kiyo webcam.

Razer Ripsaw

Razer Ripsaw

Our short time with the Razer Ripsaw HD leaves us impressed (even when there is no Chroma lighting). The small, boxy design and easy installation for each of our systems makes us happy and that always-so-slightly lower price tag compared to Elgato & # 39; s offer is good for all consumers.

See if the Ripsaw HD starts today with Razer.com, Gamestop and more retailers, with worldwide sales starting in the coming weeks.

Stream everywhere


Razer Ripsaw HD screen capture card

Full HD streaming, 4K passthrough

Razer & # 39; s entry-level model Ripsaw HD recording card includes all the features we want in streaming hardware in 2019 at a price that makes its opponents jealous. With a slim design and easy installation, regardless of hardware, Ripsaw HD has to break through the competition.

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