Nintendo Switch 2 could launch with a custom NVIDIA chip

by nativetechdoctor
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Nintendo Switch 2 with a custom NVIDIA chip is rumored to be released this year.

According to Gaming Bolt, rumors about Nintendo’s next-generation console continue to appear heavily on the Internet, and although the Japanese gaming company has not yet officially revealed any information about the Switch successor, some rumors still claim that the Nintendo Switch 2 console will be released at some point in 2024

Recently, another report published by Reuters also confirmed the same thing. According to the report, citing an anonymous source, Nintendo’s next console will be launched this year, significantly boosting the growth of the custom chip market for video games. Accordingly, the successor version of the Switch will use a custom Nvidia chip. This isn’t too surprising given that the current Switch also uses a custom NVIDIA Tegra X1 chip.

Previous rumors also suggested that the console would support DLSS graphics upscaling technology and launch with a large 8-inch LCD screen. Recently, there was also news that Nintendo would announce the console in March, with an expected release date in the second half of the year.

A recent report also claims that the Switch 2 (or whatever name Nintendo chooses) will have backward compatibility with both physical and digital versions, even allowing developers to implement Technical improvements to existing Switch titles

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