Nintendo's next-generation Switch maybe will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 239

Nintendo's next-generation Switch maybe will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 239

Nintendo's next-generation Switch maybe will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 239

It's been almost six years since the original Switch was launched, and the NVIDIA Tegra X1 custom chip-powered handheld is no longer able to keep up with the growing demand for gaming capabilities and user experience, so Nintendo is apparently already working on a new Nintendo's next-generation.

Nintendo has previously said that the Switch is doing well and that a new model will be announced in due course, but for now the NS is only halfway through its lifecycle. This suggests that Nintendo is indeed working on a new console, but I'm afraid it won't be available anytime soon.

Nintendo's next-generation Switch maybe will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 239 octa-core chip

As previously revealed by tipster @kopite7kimi, the Switch Pro (yet to be named) is powered by a chip codenamed Black Knight, a custom Tegra Orin T239 chip from Nvidia based on the Ampere GPU architecture (with 2048 CUDA cores) + ARM Cortex-A78AE CPU core.

The latest leaks available suggest that the new NS could indeed be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 239 chip. According to Reddit user u / followmeinblue, this is a SoC with an octa-core CPU, and his information has been confirmed by an Nvidia employee, as well as a comment from a Nintendo developer on the Linux kernel mailing list.

As of this leak, we now know the following details about the next generation Nintendo Switch.

  • NVIDIA T239 SoC
  • 8-core CPU - possibly ARM Cortex A78C, A78
  • Ampere based GPU, possibly including some Lovelace features
  • Second generation Nintendo Switch graphics API section includes DLSS 2.2 features and ray tracing support
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