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The Latest Steam Beta Enables The Users To Control The System Audio Devices Directly From The Big Picture Mode

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has worked a lot lately, at both the Steam client and SteamOS, their Debian based Linux system for gaming. The latest beta version of the Steam client got impressive new features, enabling

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Valve’s SteamOS Has Received Yet Another Update

Hello Linux Geeksters. While it was recently patched to work on dual-boot, even on non-UEFI computers, supporting both AMD and Intel GPUs, SteamOS has been recently updated yet again. Among others, the debian-installer and debian-cd packages have been added to

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Valve Has Released The First SteamOS Beta Image With non-UEFI Support

Hello Linux Geeksters. Valve has recently updated their SteamOS, adding support for dual-booting and non-UEFI computers. According to the official announcement, the enhancements have been adopted from Ye Olde SteamOSe, the community respin of SteamOS. For now, the Ye Olde

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After The Latest Updates, SteamOS Officially Supports Intel And AMD GPUs

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve’s Steam OS 1.0 Beta has been initially released with support only for Nvidia graphics, but it has been updated three times already. With the second update, the Valve developers have announced that

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CyberPowerPC Will Release Steam Machines In Both Intel And AMD Flavours

Hello Linux Geeksters. As I have previously written, CyberPowerPC is one of the twelve manufacturers that have officially partnered up with Valve, in order to release Steam Machines (SteamOS running gaming consoles). CyberPowerPC has presented at CES 2014, in Las

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The Third Non-Valve Steam Machine Is Developed By Digital Storm And Dual Boots SteamOS 1.0 And Windows 8.1

Hello Linux Geeksters. The third non-Valve Steam Machine comes from Digital Storm, will be available for about $1469 (about 1070 Euros), running in dual boot with SteamOS 1.0 and Windows 8.1  and equipped with the Steam Controller. Despite the fact

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The First SteamOS Image Will Be Released On The 13th Of December

Hello Linux Geeksters. At the beginning of October, Valve has announced that 300 beta units of the Steam Machines will be sent to some lucky gamers, to enable them to perform some tests (play hard) and send feedback. Yesterday, Valve

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Piixl Is Creating A SteamOS-Based Gaming Computer Called Jetpack

Hello Linux Gamers. Piixl, a non-Valve British computer manufacturer has created Jetpack, a gaming computer that uses SteamOS as default, but has support for both Linux and Windows. They have been working with Valve to specially optimize the SteamOS system

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