Following the recent news that the next-generation Nintendo Switch handheld console will feature Nvidia’s DLSS technology, the GPU of the new console has also come to light.
The other day, the news of DLSS support for Nintendo’s successful handheld console Switch excited mobile gamers. Details of DLSS support are beginning to emerge.
The next generation Nintendo Switch will feature Nvidia’s Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, according to the latest post from the Twitter user, who previously predicted the details of Nvidia Ampere months in advance.
The Island GPU, which is expected to be combined with Orin, nvidia’s 3rd generation Tegra CPU developed after the current Switch console, will form the basis of exciting DLSS support.