SSD stands for Slower Steam Deck

What is a file steam surface Nevertheless a very nice device. Technology in it, just wow. Beautiful display, AMD chipset, and a stylish PCI Express 3.0 x4 SSD if you choose the 256GB or 512GB version. Well…no…or yes, maybe. Because Valve has quietly tweaked the specifications of these versions a little bit, something Luxx . devices managed to notice.

when you go to steam powered If you were to open Steam on your PC and open the Steam Deck specs, you wouldn’t see much difference. But Americans now see something different. On American Steam, Valve recently indicated that there’s a chance that a PCI Express 3.0 x4 SSD has given way to a PCI Express 3.0 x2 SSD, one with half the bandwidth.

That shouldn’t matter, says Valve. They say you don’t notice it at all. And they know this because this was tested by Valve and they didn’t notice it either. Yeah well, maybe only when you blow the thing on the string. Then you could theoretically suffer from slower read and write speeds. But otherwise it is not right.

Anyway, if that’s really the case, why was the PCI Express 3.0 x4 SSD chosen? Why isn’t the x2 SSD available right away? This seems cheaper in production costs to me. And if I don’t notice the difference, could Valve have chosen that option for a while without us knowing? Did you sell Steam Deck for a lot of money?

Oh my God…

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