iFixit’s Steam Deck component selection includes the entire motherboard

discoverer IGN and GamingOnLinuxDIY Repair Company i fix it Accidentally revealed its Steam deck component catalog early, giving us an interesting look at the console’s repair options. The full list is as follows:

  • Fan: $24.99 / £19.99
  • Anti-glare screen: $94.99 / £89.99
  • Regular screen: $64.99 / £59.99
  • Left/Right Thumbsticks: $19.99/North America
  • Action button, D-pad or Steam button membrane: $4.99 / £4.99
  • Speakers: $24.99/£24.99
  • L/R Trigger Assembly: $7.99/NA
  • L/R Bumper Assembly: $6.99/£6.99
  • Backplate: $24.99/£24.99
  • Front panel: $24.99/£24.99
  • Motherboard (no SSD): $349.99 / £289.99
  • L/R Daughter Board: $29.99/NA
  • Battery or screen adhesive: $4.99/£4.96
  • AC Adapter (US/EU/UK): $24.99/£24.99

Many components also come with an optional $5 “repair kit” from iFixit to aid installation. The most surprising thing in my opinion is that Steam Deck’s full motherboard doesn’t have an SSD. Between this list of components and the Steam deck shell CAD files released by Valve, you’ll most likely be building one of these yourself. It’s not cost-effective by any means, the motherboard alone costs as much as a retail Deck, but it’s surprising to see so many official options in the typically proprietary, anti-DIY world of mobile computing.