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Last edited by Eike on 26 July 2021 at 10:49 am UTC
Open to suggestions.
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
Do you own a Steam Deck?
[ ] yes
[ ] placed a preorder
[ ] no
[ ] small
[ ] medium
[ ] large
How do you run... anything on it? As it's not x86?
Long story short, I'm upgrading to a Ryzen 9 5950X just in time for the next survey. Bye bye, Intel...
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.