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Steam Deck’s M. 2 2230 SSD Might Be Upgradeable

Steam Deck, which has become the focus of attention of the players in a short time, offers three capacity options as 64 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB. The question that came to mind the most since the introduction of the device was the possibility of upgrading the SSD driver. This seems possible, but may not make much sense.

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Valve CEO Gabe Newell responded to some emails he received. In fact, after this e-mail exchange, Deck’s technical features were updated and the type of SSD used was updated. As a result, the use of M. 2-slot NVMe 2230 SSDs has also been confirmed. According to the official page, these SSDs are not designed to be replaced by end users. But it is likely that change will be possible.

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The M. 2 2230 form factor represents the smallest SSDs we can see on the market right now. As you know, larger SSDs are generally used in the devices on the market. For this reason, the sales of NVMe SSDs in the size of M. 2 2230 are extremely limited and their prices are not reasonable at all.

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Steam Deck sales will start real late 2021. No one has seen the interior of the device yet, but there are already many people willing to make changes to the console’s hardware. In this context, it seems possible to replace the SSD quickly.

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