Nintendo Switch Pro is back in the spotlight after the recent leak from NVIDIA, and well-known leaker Nick Baker thought it was time to share Technical specifications from the console that had been provided to him several months ago.
Before the announcement of the Nintendo Switch OLED model, which in fact closed any discussion by showing that the company had made a different choice, postponing any hardware upgradeBaker got a message with what should be the technical features Switch Pro. Here they are:
- Processor with 8 cores of 1.27 GHz
- Ampere architecture GPU with 512 cores and 1.1 GHz
- 8 GB of RAM at 88 GB / s (docked) or 77 GB / s (portable)
- 128GB of storage
- 1080p resolution display
- Output capacity up to 4K and 60 fps
- Same Wi-Fi module as the current model
With the aforementioned NVIDIA leak, Nintendo Switch Pro is once again a concrete hypothesis, and the information received by Shpeshal Nick exactly one year ago, which the leaker had decided not to disseminate at the time, are back very topical.
However, the source has not limited itself to providing a list of components, but has gone into more detail of what could be the capabilities of Nintendo Switch Pro, especially with regard to the much talked about technology support. DLSS.
In fact, we speak of variable clock rates in portable mode as regards the GPU but of fixed values for the processor, seven cores available for developers while one is reserved for the operating system, as well as the RAM that provides 7.1 GB out of the 8 total.
As for the DLSS, the source speaks of limitations due to the hardware specifications that they could exclude 720p to 4K upscalingthus reducing the developers’ leeway and turning rather around the transition from 1440p to 4K and sometimes from 1080p to 4K.
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