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iBuyPower kicks off first wave of third-party Steam Machine consoles

27
Nov
2013

Valve is not going to be the only maker of Steam Machines and iBuyPower has become the first company to come up with Steam Machines prototypes of its own. The company told Engadget it plans to launch its Steam Machines at some point in 2014, although an actual roll out plan has not been shared with the publication. iBuyPower’s Steam Machines – codenamed Gordon and Freeman – run an early build of SteamOS and they will be able to run all Steam titles in 1080p resolution at 60fps at launch according to the company, which also declined to reveal the new consoles’ specifications. The two console prototypes are identical, with the only difference between them being the color of the

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