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Monday, 2 August 2021

AMD and Valve are developing an improved Linux CPU driver that will benefit the Steam Deck


When Valve announced the Steam Deck last month, it brought a lot of excitement among gamers who had been waiting for a way to play their favorite games from their Steam library wherever they want, without having to lug around a proper gaming laptop. Even Epic CEO Tim Sweeney thinks...

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