Despite Nintendo’s stated statement that there will be no new Switch hardware this year, there is no doubt that the development of the Switch 2 should be in secret. Judging from paper, the Switch upgrade 1080P display and the more powerful processor are withlittle suspense. However, when it comes to processor choice, NVIDIA seems to have a hard time getting into Nintendo’s eye.
Although the Tegra X1 has not been blamed for its performance, the premature emergence of the vulnerability has put a lot of effort into The Nintendo Blocker. Moreimportant, Tegra and even ARM have faded from NVIDIA, weakening brands and even turning to areas such as artificial intelligence, automated machines, and car driving, rather than consumer-grade graphics computing products.
For Nintendo, the new Samsung SoC, which introduced AMD GPU technology, would be a great choice for Nintendo’s next-generation Switch,media reported. If this is the case, then the three major consoles in the GPU technical level will achieve a unified, other than that, game vendors or developers will certainly be greatly excited, which will reduce a lot of repetitive development work.
Last week, South Korean netizens reported that the initial results of the Samsung Exynos 1000 test chip, which integrates AMD GPU, are very powerful, and the gFXBench can be nearly three times the number of SnapSnapdragon 865 representing the Adreno 650.