SD Cards for Elgato Game Capture 4K60 S+

The Elgato Game Capture 4K60 S+ requires an SD card that meets certain minimum specifications in order to properly record and store your gameplay footage.

Elgato advises utilizing SD cards with a write speed rating of at least V30 (Video Class 30) or UHS-3 (Ultra High Speed Class 3) or higher.

Meeting these recommendations gives you the ability to record your footage with the maximum supported recording bit rate of 200 Mbps (Megabit per second) or 25 MB/s (Megabyte per second).

It’s worth noting that using an SD card that does not meet these minimum specifications could result in dropped frames, corrupted recordings, or other issues with your captured gameplay footage. So, it’s important to make sure you choose a high-quality SD card that meets the recommended specifications to ensure the best possible recording experience.

Based on these recommendations, some good options are:

Model Speed in MB/s
Read Write
Sony SF-G128 300 299
Sony SF-G series TOUGH 300 299
PNY EliteX-PRO90 300 280
Angelbird AV PRO SD MK2 V90 300 280
Kingston Canvas React Plus 300 260
Lexar Professional 2000x GOLD Series 300 260
SanDisk Extreme PRO 300 260
Hoodman Steel 2000x 300 260
 Ritz Gear VideoPro 280 250
ProGrade Digital SDXC UHS-II V90 300R 300 250
Manfrotto Professional 280 250
 Toshiba Exceria Pro N101 260 240
Transcend SDXC 700S 285 220
SD cards sorted by their officialy stated write speed

Fun fact: In April 2023, the Toshiba Exceria Pro N101 will cost 470 € and the Kingston Canvas React Plus will cost 79 € respectively. The average cost for the above-mentioned models is about 180 €, or 1.40 € per gigabyte.

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