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Nintendo Switch Pro Based on 5nm NVIDIA Ada Lovelace SoC


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The GPU architecture would be fabbed at 5nm manufacturing somewhere at the end of 2021. The solution would imply an immense leap for the pending Nintendo Switch, the current one (2019 onwards) uses the Tegra X1 T214 chip at a 16nm process, the original model used the Tegra X1 T210 at a 20nm process. The next Nintendo console could support 4K resolutions when connected to the Dock Station, thanks to the use of DLSS and NVIDIA Ada Lovelace graphics. The switch Pro will arrive with a 7″ Samsung OLED panel, maintaining an HD resolution of 1280 × 720.



I don't get why they're still going with a 720p screen. 

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