Steam Deck Benchmarked- 60 FPS In Several AAA Games, 30 FPS in Cyberpunk 2077

The first benchmarks of the Steam Deck handheld console in several AAA and eSports games have been published by a Chinese user. The performance was benchmarked on a development kit that more or less matches the specifications of the final variant however performance may improve in the final retail variant.

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ABizzel162d ago (Edited 62d ago )

Most games should be played at Medium Settings. Older games game be played high or Ultra depending, and new AAA games should be played on low settings considering low became console settings for PS4/XBO.

camel_toad62d ago

I think a lot of people still don't realize with it displaying games at 720p it gives it a chance to catch up some to desktop pc performance - being that they will be using more resources for much higher resolutions.


At least you can use a mouse/keyboard that would be needed for any MMOs or RTS games.

Mr Logic62d ago

Don't forget the touch pads. Those that have used them have said they're surprising competent as a mouse replacement.

Inverno62d ago

Don't forget the touch screen. They really do have the PC crowd in mind with all the alternative controls they packed into the thing. I'm hoping this changes devs mind on gyro controls. Really enjoy playing shooters more with gyro

TheRealTedCruz62d ago

The Steam Controller is still easily my favorite for PC games, though I do switch sometimes to the dual sense and love that that it's starting to be fully utilized on the platform.

Steam Controller takes a little while to get used to, and you typically need to create a profile to make it work best with different games, but it's an awesome controller with a lot of versatility.

I'm sure the Steam Deck will be just as great, if not better.

Inverno62d ago

Can't wait for December to see what people say about this

phoenixwing62d ago

My only regret is I'm unable to get it sooner

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