The HD60 S lets you stream and record gameplay in 1080p at up to 60fps – in case the name didn’t give it away – which is more than enough for most streamers, as once you hit higher quality than that your bandwidth is just as likely to become a problem.

The HD60 S is an external capture card, but if you’d rather an internal PCIe card for a desktop build, then the HD60 Pro is down to £125 on Amazon, or £130 on Currys, when it normally costs £170 - so almost as much of a bargain.

Finally, if you really do want next-gen quality, the 4K60 Pro MK.2 is only a little more at £150 - it’s also an internal card, but can capture and stream at up to 4K. For only £20, you might as well make the upgrade and future-proof your setup if you’re tempted.

All these deals run through the weekend or until stock runs out, but make sure to check out our main guide to all the best Black Friday deals to see if anything else tempts you.