Lilbits: The Next Nintendo Switch could have 10x the graphics power, a DIY e-reader with mechanical switches, and more on the new Fire HD 8 processor upgrade

The Nintendo Switch It’s one of the most successful gaming consoles in history, but while Nintendo has released a few different versions of the Switch since the first model began shipping in 2017, each version has the same NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor, which puts a bit of a bottleneck around the graphics capabilities. Switch games.

Now evidence is emerging that a next-generation NVIDIA Tegra chip with 10x graphics performance could be in the works. While it’s unclear if or when Nintendo will release the next-gen Switch, there’s a good chance it will be equipped with a new Tegra239 processor with 2048 CUDA cores and up to 4 TFLOPs of performance.

Nintendo Switch OLED (with NVIDIA Tegra X1 2015 chip)

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