Razer Ripsaw HD Review: Streaming and Gameplay Capture Made Easy (Page 5)

| Jan 23, 2020 at 11:53 am CST
Rating: 94%Manufacturer: RazerModel: RZ20-02850100-R3U1

What's Hot

The Razer Ripsaw HD is a fantastic capture card for any streamer that is looking to kick start their career. It's simple, easy to use, basically 'plug and play' and does everything it's designed to do. Connecting it to devices is simple, and it looks absolutely great on your desk under your monitor.

What's Not

There Ripsaw is a formidable capture card in almost every right, except for the fact that it doesn't have its own capture software. Razer doesn't provide users with their own capturing software, so users have to outsource to other programs.

Final Thoughts

All in all, Razer has made the new king of affordable capture cards for the streaming market. With its simplistic design, easy setup, and fantastic quality, the Razer Ripsaw really hits the nail on its head when it comes to streaming and recording.


The Ripsaw is currently priced at $159.99 on Amazon, which is exactly $20 cheaper than Elgato's Game Capture Card HD60 S. If Razer's intention was to knock Elgato's HD60 S out of the market in terms of features, performance, price and overall looks they seem to have certainly achieved it.

To round everything up, if you are an aspiring streamer or just someone who wants an easy way to capture all of your gameplay footage from their console or PC, look no further than the Razer Ripsaw HD. It will do everything you need, all you have to do is plug it in and start gaming.

Last updated: Jan 24, 2020 at 06:11 am CST

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The Bottom Line

The Razer Ripsaw HD is the king of entry-level capture cards. For just $159.99, you can kick off your streaming career with this simple, yet absolutely fantastic device.

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