Game recording with Elgato

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Gaming
Recording
So, from what I've come to understand I do can record and produce gameplay at 1080p60fps with an Elgato HD60 on my switch. My question now though is: Will it blow my computer up?

Intel inside core i3  3,5GHz
12GB Ram
Windows 8.1


Software/Hardware used:
Elgato HD60
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  • Subhendu Sen
    It depends. Your system is core i3 & 12GB ram. But it is recommended that, “Intel Core i5 CPU" is better match, but this is not mandatory.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Please check here for product support, https://www.elgato.com/en/contact
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  • ToddN2000
    It won't blow up but you will have some performance issues and the recording quality may suffer due to data transfer rates. It also comes down to what the game you are looking to record. If it is a system hog then that does not leave much in the way of resources to to proper video capturing. You won't know how bad until you try. If you can live with the results then good, otherwise you will be looking at a computer upgrade.
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