Ok, that's re-branded a Micomsoft. Those are well-regarded on these forums, but I've never owned one. Datapath (other than the AV line) doesn't do audio, but is more flexible in that it'll do any resolution and framerate you give it up to its hardware limits (or the limits of your DVI/HDMI connection). Most other capture cards have "canned" resolutions and framerates that you have to use, and I think that's the case with that Micomsoft. The other advantage (usually) of the Micomsoft is that it uses a PCIe 1x slot instead of 4x. I think it requires a PCIe 2.0 slot, while the Datapath only requires 1.0 (but 4x). Now-a-days all motherboards use PCIe 2.0 slots across the board, if not 3.0. PCIe 4x slots are by comparison more rare, but most desktop motherboards have at least one more available (8x and 16x slots also work).