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55 minutes ago, radicaldude said:

Clearly has an holier than thou- know it all attitude and spews it everywhere on the forum for everyone to see, as expected. :roflroll::rofl:

 

 

I rest my case. I have better things to do that to school somone on the word, "official". 

Don’t sh*t on this thread at least :doh:

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3 minutes ago, roun90 said:

Android is open source. Where is this new concept of "official" coming from?

 

He think Google owns Android and hence their app is official while Microsoft/Amazon using unofficial app to use Android apps/games. :ko:

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Steamworks Feature Update: Dynamic Cloud Sync

An improvement to Steam Cloud Saves to make it easier for players to move seamlessly from Steam Deck to other PCs.

 

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With Dynamic Cloud Sync, Steam will automatically upload all modified save game data to the cloud prior to the device entering sleep mode. Users can then resume their game on any PC, laptop or other device. Steam will also automatically download any save game changes when users return to their Steam Deck and wake up the device.

Taking advantage of this feature isn’t a requirement for players to enjoy your game on Steam Deck, but we recommend you use it to give players the best experience possible. Without Dynamic Cloud Sync enabled, Steam will still track when save game data is changed on the Steam Deck. However, any user who suspends their Deck while your game is running and then tries to resume that game on a different device, will be prompted to first return to their Deck to close the running process or continue without their most recent save game progress.

 

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Steam Deck Launching February 25th

 

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Hello, the day is almost here! On February 25th, we will be sending out the first batch of order emails to reservation holders. Customers will have 3 days (72 hours) from receipt of their order email to make their purchase, before their reservation is released to the next person in the queue. The first units will be on their way to customers starting the 28th, and we plan to release new order email batches on a weekly cadence.

In addition, we're sending out press units for full review shortly. Press review embargo on Steam Deck coverage will lift on February 25th, but keep an eye out for some preview coverage and impressions before that. In the meantime we're working to tie up the last few loose ends and polish some rough edges, and are excited to get these out to you at the end of next month!

 

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1 minute ago, roun90 said:

 

Free game offers that Nvidia gives with new GPU Purchases

 

iirc you get such codes from the vendor, Nvidia directly doesn't give out the codes.

 

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35 minutes ago, roun90 said:

 

Free game offers that Nvidia gives with new GPU Purchases

 

When you buy the GPU you will get a code for the game. Sometimes it comes some days after buying. I got BF key like this. They emailed it to me. 

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20 hours ago, Mr. Comingle said:

Don't know where to post this since it fits everywhere. 

This is pretty much every gamer/tech enthusiast's dream home. Crazy sh*t.

 

 

Love all his home upgrade videos.

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On 2/6/2022 at 5:38 PM, Mr. Comingle said:

Don't know where to post this since it fits everywhere. 

This is pretty much every gamer/tech enthusiast's dream home. Crazy sh*t.

 


cardboard walls wtf? 

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3 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

Thanks! You posted at the right time. GamerNexus videos are exactly what i needed to fall asleep 

 

Steve's voice never fails to put me to sleep. Watching any GamerNexus video on the bed makes me drowsy - no matter the time :lol: 

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4 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

Thanks! You posted at the right time. GamerNexus videos are exactly what i needed to fall asleep 

Haha not just me then. Dozed off at work once. 

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https://kinduff.com/2022/02/06/thank-you-valve/

 

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Valve has been doing a lot of work for the past couple of years to improve the gaming experience on Linux-based operating systems. Their SteamOS is based on Arch Linux, and it’s nice, but not as nice as their latest effort for the incoming Steam Deck.

I’ve been following the updates since day 1, but somehow I’ve missed a lot more since the new hardware they are releasing is the fruit of the work they have put into Linux support.

I’ve been gaming since I was a kid, and I’ve been trying to game on Linux using an infinite amount of methods like Winetricks, Lutris, PlayOnLinux, among others. I can’t count the number of times I had to do a fresh reinstall because I messed up with my system, recalling this when I was 16 years old and my Linux knowledge was comparable to a script kiddie.

For this and other reasons I usually play games on Windows. Almost all games are supported, and I appreciate the effort of the game developers to provide a Linux build that works.

But now Valve is involved, more than ever. They forked Wine and started to add an insane amount of patches to make games work on Linux, no matter if they didn’t have a Linux build. It’s been 4 years since its release. Four years of hard work from a commercial company benefiting all the gamers and users that want to use Linux as their daily driver.

Here we are today, waiting for the Steam Deck. Read news about how Valve wants to make all the games available on Steam compatible for their hardware, which runs on Linux.

There have been great efforts to improve performance in the Linux Kernel, as well as negotiations with other companies to bring their games into Linux. For example, Easy Anti-Cheat and BattlEye.

Looks like we are finally getting there. Hopefully 2022 is the year of gaming on Linux. But I hope too that everyone that uses Linux as their daily driver benefits from all the effort Valve and the insane amount of contributors have put into getting here.

Valve is now being kept in a very special place in my heart, I like the direction they are taking, the community they are creating around gaming and their product, and the contributions to the Linux community.

Thank you Valve, and I hope your competitors learn a thing or two about how to build things.

 

GG, Valve !

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