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On the official social media, Valve said that the Steam Deck also works normally at the right temperature like other devices, but if used in a hot environment, then the Steam Deck’s performance will be affected or even shut down automatically.

According to Valve, the Steam Deck can be used normally in an environment of 0-35°C. The device will down-regulate its performance to ensure normal use in high-temperature environments, but the Steam Deck will automatically shut down if the APU temperature exceeds 105°C to protect the device from damage.

It seems that the summer is still the most enjoyable to play games in the air-conditioned room!

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