The main thing we need to keep in mind is the TDP the steam deck is gonna be awesome but at 15watts the APU it’s using won’t be able to stretch its legs, of course we can always up the TDP hopefully in the bios but if not we can use a third-party application like Ryzen Master. This might be how the upcoming Valve Steam Deck performs when it comes to gaming!
OIn this video we take a look at how the new steam deck may perform at 720P once it’s released by running a ZEN 2 based RYZEN APU at similar clock speeds and core count. This is a theoretical test based on my past AMD RYZEN APU knowledge. The Steam Deck is going to be powered by a ZEN 2 based 4 core 8 thread AMD APU with RDNA 2 Graphics and backed by LPDDR5 ram, this thing is gonna be a beast when it comes to a handheld gaming pc and I think we are going to be very close to the performance you will see in this video.
02:40 APU Used in this test
05:23-Forza Horizon 4
07:57-The Witcher 3
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