Valve warns that Steam Deck does not function properly at high temperatures

Valve warns owners a steam surface For performance issues when using the portable console at high temperatures. At worst, the console will shut down itself

In addition, “throttle issues” can also appear, which means that Steam Deck performs less than expected. According to Valve, the controller performs best in outdoor temperatures between 0 and 35 degrees.

The console’s APU works well in temperatures up to 100 degrees. After that, throttle problems occur and from 105 degrees the control unit shuts down itself. These limits are quickly reached at outdoor temperatures above 35 degrees.

earlier Nintendo warned not to play on the Switch if it’s too hot outside. This console also does not perform as expected when it is warmer than 35 degrees outside.

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