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CatKiller 26 Jul
In a year's time I can see there being more than the one person using SteamOS as their main Linux gaming distro.
Eike 26 Jul
Where's the "Did you preorder Steam Deck?" question?!? ;)


Last edited by Eike on 26 July 2021 at 10:49 am UTC
Liam Dawe 26 Jul
Quoting: EikeWhere's the "Did you preorder Steam Deck?" question?!? ;)
We don't really want to have a question like that up, because it would eventually be null. We need to think a bit more on how to word it and what options to give.

Open to suggestions.
CatKiller 26 Jul
Quoting: Liam DaweOpen to suggestions.
When it's actually out, and especially if the segment takes off, having "handheld" as an option along with "desktop," "laptop," and "sofa/console PC" would make sense, along with renaming that last option; a PC plugged into the TV isn't the same as a PC that's in your hands.

Actually, wasn't there someone here that said they were already using one of the existing handheld PCs for gaming? Not as their main, as I recall, so it wouldn't have shown in the stats before now.


Last edited by CatKiller on 26 July 2021 at 11:48 am UTC
Eike 26 Jul
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: EikeWhere's the "Did you preorder Steam Deck?" question?!? ;)
We don't really want to have a question like that up, because it would eventually be null. We need to think a bit more on how to word it and what options to give.

Open to suggestions.

Do you own a Steam Deck?
[ ] yes
[ ] placed a preorder
[ ] no

Which Size?
[ ] small
[ ] medium
[ ] large
Liam Dawe 26 Jul
Quoting: CatKillerWhen it's actually out, and especially if the segment takes off, having "handheld" as an option along with "desktop," "laptop," and "sofa/console PC" would make sense, along with renaming that last option; a PC plugged into the TV isn't the same as a PC that's in your hands.
Added Handheld as an option.
Oddly enough, since I moved, my main gaming rig is a Raspberry Pi 4 B - 8 GB and my side machine is my laptop. I placed my laptop in the stats since I could not find a way to put the Raspberry Pi 4 B in. I'm probably the odd man out doing that so no biggie, just thought I would share.
Eike 26 Jul
Quoting: Arcadius-8606Oddly enough, since I moved, my main gaming rig is a Raspberry Pi 4 B - 8 GB and my side machine is my laptop. I placed my laptop in the stats since I could not find a way to put the Raspberry Pi 4 B in. I'm probably the odd man out doing that so no biggie, just thought I would share.

How do you run... anything on it? As it's not x86?
WorMzy 26 Jul
Something is giving up the ghost in my PC. It's either the PSU, motherboard, or CPU, but even liveUSB sticks freeze during the boot process, sometimes with an MCE error. Occasionally I'll get booted into my Arch install but it'll freeze before I'm able to do anything productive (like open Steam and play some games...)

Long story short, I'm upgrading to a Ryzen 9 5950X just in time for the next survey. Bye bye, Intel...
Quoting: EikeHow do you run... anything on it? As it's not x86?

I'm on Twister OS. USB connected 250 GB SSD.

Work wise everything I do is either text based and/or browser based. That works without issue.

All streaming services work from Netflix to Overdrive to Stadia to Piepacker.

I have RetroPie built in running all of my SNK games from Humble Bundle and GOG via of Rom Extract.
I also have a good amount of Dreamcast games working excellent from Cannon Spike, House of the Dead 2, Capcom vs SNK, Dead or Alive 2 and Soul Calibur.

All of my gamepads and fightsticks work on it without issue.

I don't use Steam so I have no way of testing that.

All Pico8 games work.

Using BOX86, I have FlatOut working excellently. I don't own many x86 games. The rest I can run via DOSBOX, emulation or I can not run at all because they are 64 bit.

The one thing I would like to see working properly would be Fightcade. Once that's working, I probably won't need a full gaming desktop ever again.

So far I'm digging it.
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