Steam Deck can limit frame rates to give you longer battery life

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Valve may boast that the Steam Deck will run games well, but you won’t have to worry about the handheld PC running games too quickly. As The Verge notes, Valve’s Pierre-Loup Griffais has revealed that the Steam Deck will include a “built-in” frame rate limiter option that caps performance in return for longer battery life. If you’re playing a title that doesn’t demand highly responsive visuals, you can trade some unnecessary frames for extra game time.

Not that games will necessarily drag the system down. After Valve told IGN it was aiming for a 30FPS target, Griffais added that the frame rate was the “floor” for playable performance. Every game the company has tested so far has “consistently met and exceeded” that threshold, the developer said. While you probably won’t run cutting-edge games at 30FPS with maximum detail (this is a $399 handheld, after all), you might not have to…

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