Nintendo Switch Pro He’s back in the spotlight recently Leaking From NVIDIA, well-known leaker Nick Baker thinks it’s time to get involved Technical Specifications From Control unit which was provided to him several months ago.
Before announcing the Nintendo Switch OLED model, which actually shut down any discussion by showing the company had made a different choice, while postponing any hardware upgradeBecker received a letter with what should be technical features Switch Pro. here they are:
- Octa-core processor clocked at 1.27 GHz
- Ampere architecture GPU with 512 cores and 1.1GHz
- 8 GB of RAM at 88 GB / s (dock) or 77 GB / s (portable)
- 128 GB of storage
- 1080p display
- Output capability up to 4K and 60fps
- The same Wi-Fi module as the current model
With the aforementioned NVIDIA leak, the Nintendo Switch Pro is a concrete premise once again, and Information Received by Nick’s chubby exactly one year ago, which the leaker decided not to publish at the time, it’s back to the topic of the hour.
However, the source not only provided a list of components, but went into more detail about what the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch Pro could be, especially in terms of the much-talked-about tech support. DLSS.
In fact, we are talking about Variable hourly rates In mobile mode as far as the GPU is concerned but for the fixed values of the processor, seven cores are available to developers while one is reserved for the OS, in addition to the RAM providing 7.1 GB out of a total of 8.
For DLSS, the source talks about limitations due to hardware specifications they can 720p to 4K upscaling excludedwhich reduces leeway for developers and instead shifts around the transition from 1440p to 4K and sometimes from 1080p to 4K.
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