Nintendo Switch 2s do ray tracing?

Tegra T234, big OLED screen… Mario in the future.

Jon Peddie

Epicrisis: Rumors about Nintendo’s next-generation console, possibly called Switch 2, have been circulating for over a year. Leaks and speculation about its hardware capabilities, including DLSS and ray tracing, have generated excitement among fans. While Nintendo is known for cost-effective manufacturing, utilizing Nvidia’s Tegra X1 processor for the current Switch, it remains uncertain what advancements the Switch 2 will bring. Recent rumors suggest a customized Nvidia Tegra T239 chip with adjustable operating frequency, Arm-based CPU, Ampere-based GPU, and potential features like ray tracing and 4K resolution and increased storage capacity. While these features are promising, their implementation and developer support

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