Final week, Valve formally launched its official docking station for the Steam Deck. Now that it is made its manner into customers’ arms, Valve is addressing neighborhood experiences of some points with the $90 dock. The FreeSync and DisplayPort MST options on the docking station “nonetheless require work,” in line with this Twitter submit by Valve. 

Valve wrote that the staff is “actively engaged on these bugs, and we’ll be transport software program and firmware updates quickly.” Nevertheless, Valve didn’t elaborate on how quickly “quickly” is. Steam Deck customers have been reporting issues with MST and FreeSync on the DeckSupport Reddit for a number of days now, although it is tough to see how widespread these issues are. However they have to be vital sufficient for Valve to announce {that a} repair is on the best way. 

MST (or multi-stream transport) permits multi-monitor assist on the Deck Docking Station, which requires two exterior screens to be linked through HDMI and DisplayPort. FreeSync is AMD’s adaptive synchronization tech (much like Nvidia’s G-Sync) that helps eradicate display tearing and stuttering on an exterior monitor.

Valve has even up to date the official Steam dock product web page to say that FreeSync assist is in progress and that the update for it and MST is “forthcoming.”

The Steam Deck and Steam Deck docking station are actually accessible with out reservations or pre-orders by Steam with an anticipated supply window of 1-2 weeks.  

In different Steam Deck information, a current update will assist you to make even longer customized boot animations as a result of who would not love operating the intro to Cowboy Bebop once they activate their Steam Deck?