Steam DeckTurns out a simple Steam Deck mod means you...

Turns out a simple Steam Deck mod means you can install a larger NVMe SSD

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Going against the warnings made by Valve (opens in new tab), one Canadian modder has upgraded their Steam Deck‘s SSD to house a 2242 M.2 NVMe SSD, rather than the 2230 form factor SSD it comes with. While you might have been thinking about increasing the storage capacity of your Steam Deck, now you know its possible to go physically larger, too.

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Hot Hardware (opens in new tab) brought the modder’s Twitter overview to our attention, where we learned that the new SSD “doesn’t collide with anything on the motherboard or put any extra strain on any cables.” Somewhat worryingly, though, the mod did “make the heat spreader bow a tiny bit.”

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