Crazy 4 TPU!!!
- Jul 12, 2007
- 8,178 (1.98/day)
|System Name||CDdude's Rig!|
|Processor||AMD Athlon II X4 620|
|Memory||8GB Corsair Vengence @1600mhz|
|Video Card(s)||XFX HD 6970 2GB|
|Storage||OCZ Agility 3 60GB SSD/WD Velociraptor 300GB|
|Display(s)||ASUS VH232H 23" 1920x1080|
|Case||Cooler Master CM690 (w/ side window)|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard (It sounds fine)|
|Power Supply||Corsair 850TX|
|Software||Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1|
"Our partners and customers have asked us to make Steam available in more places. With the introduction of Steam on the Mac, and soon in Portal 2 on the PS3, we've done just that," said Valve vice president of marketing Doug Lombardi. "With big picture mode, gaming opportunities for Steam partners and customers become possible via PCs and Macs on any TV or computer display in the house."
Valve did not elaborate on how Steam would be brought to televisions, but did say that big picture mode would "offer controller support and navigation designed for television interaction." It said it would share further details on the service with developers and publishers during private meetings at GDC.