AVerMedia teases a new internal capture card ahead of CES – The Live Gamer 4K 2.1

AVerMedia’s Live Game 4K 2.1 capture card is launching this month

Ahead of CES, AVerMedia have released a new teaser on X that showcases what appears to be a new internal PCIe capture card. This new capture card appears to be the company’s upcoming Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575), which supports HDMI 2.1.

It is strange that AVerMedia are teasing a product that they revealed back at Computex 2023, but here we are. What’s stranger still is that the company has already revealed the pricing, specifications, and release date of this new capture card. This makes us wonder, what do AVerMedia have left to reveal?

In November, AverMedia confirmed that their Live Gamer 4K 2.1 capture card would be available globally on January 16th for $269.99. The company also confirmed that the capture card supported 4K 144Hz and 4K 120Hz pass-through and 4K 60 FPS capture. Additionally, the capture card also support Variable Refresh Rates (VRR), and pass-through at 1440p 240Hz and 1080p 360Hz.

The Live Gamer 2.1 (GC575) features a slim, half height PCIe form factor. The capture card features an HDMI In and and HDMI Out, supports HDR pass-through/capture, and featured RGB LED illumination.

In their CES 2024 teaser, AVerMedia claims to be “cooking something”. We hope that this means that the company has been able to enhance their Live Gamer 4K 2.1 in some way since its initial reveal. After all, the capture card already has a release date, a price, and detailed specifications. We will learn more ahead of the Live Gamer 4K’s launch later this month.

You can join the discussion on AVerMedia’s first HDMI 2.1 internal capture card on the OC3D Forums.

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