A Reddit user has tracked down emails from an Nvidia employee confirming the existence of an Nvidia Tegra 239 soc. This soc is rumored to be in development for a successor to the Nintendo Switch.
Nvidia Supta Gupta employee sent an email Linux community developers. In it, he wrote that “support has been added for Tegra239 soc”. It is not clear what specific support Gupta is referring to in the post. According to the man, Tegra 239-soc also has eight cores in one group. No other details were provided.
Earlier this year, Tegra 239-soc was mentioned by the usually reliable kopite7kimi from Nvidia leaker. who suggested on Twitter Nintendo and Nvidia are developing a new community for the Nintendo Switch. It is not clear if it is a completely new version of the console, or an improved version of the current generation. Will Tegra 239 soc According to the passenger It is based on Tegra 234-soc from the US chip manufacturer. The T234 soc will have an internal Ampere GPU with 2048 cuda cores and a CPU with 12 cores. This is different from the eight cores mentioned in Mail Traffic. according to still Other rumors These chipsets will also support ray tracing and DLSS 2.2.
Currently Uses a Nintendo Switch console From Nvidia Tegra X1. This soc has eight processor cores, four of which are Cortex A57 cores with a higher frequency and four A53 cores running at a lower frequency. The GM20B GPU is based on Maxwell architecture and contains 256 cudacores with a max of 1GHz. Documents appear That Nintendo has used reviews of this soc on the Nintendo Switch in the past. In the summer of 2021 The Japanese company denied A new model of Nintendo Switch is planned abroad oled model which was released on the market on October 8, 2021. Nintendo inserted Nintendo Switch in March 2017 for the Belgian and Dutch market.
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