Elgato Game Capture HD60 S Review As far as I know, Elgato released the HD60S in 2016.
It has since then earned a lot of recognition among gamers for providing high definition gameplay footage with near-zero latency that can be streamed to Twitch or other streaming services.
Simply put, this device performs much better than any of their previous iterations, which is why this laptop will definitely be able to handle all of your video recording needs.The HD60 is powered by an Intel Core i7-6500U processor, which has two cores clocked at 2.5 GHz with a turbo frequency of 3.1 GHz, and it can even reach up to 3.3 GHz in power saving mode if needed.
The laptop comes with 8 GB of DDR4 RAM that is expandable to 16 GB if needed in the future, but unless you're planning on running multiple programs simultaneously while capturing gameplay footage, this should be more than sufficient for your needs.As far as storage goes, Elgato went for a 500 GB hard drive spinning at 7200 RPM, which offers plenty of space for recording gameplay videos without taking up too much space.
It might not be as fast as an SSD, but it's definitely much better than having to use an external hard drive for storing your video game footage.The only downside I could find with this laptop is the fact that its Wi-Fi adapter has a maximum theoretical bandwidth of 72 Mbps via 802.11n 2x2 MIMO.
It might not be as fast as an SSD, but it's definitely much better than having to use an external hard drive for storing your video game footage.