February 4, 2021
Canada Computers


Targeting streamers and gamers, EVGA threw in some ARGB lighting. The XR1 is also completely plug-and-play, so it doesn’t require any drivers to operate. Once it’s connected to your machine, you’re ready to set up a new stream in OBS. The card connects via USB 3.0 Type-C connection. For video input and capturing audio, the XR1 uses HDMI 2.0 and supports up HDR at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second (fps). The XR1 also has a feature called Advanced Pass Through. By pushing the button on the top of the box, you can switch to this mode, which outputs video to meet a 144 Hz refresh rate, while maintaining 60 fps 4K. According to OBS, certified devices are put through a series of tests to ensure complete compatibility with their platform. At the moment, the XR1 card is the only device certified by OBS. … -streamers

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