Nvidia Employee Comment Confirms Chip Rumoured To Be Used In ‘Switch Pro’ Is Real
About a year ago, new “Switch Pro” rumors seemed to come in every day, though things have gotten quieter on that front recently. However, an Nvidia employee has confirmed – apparently by accident – that there is a chip called Tegra239, which has been around since 2021 and is said to be designed to power the mysterious New Nintendo hardware we’ve all been waiting for. power.
This post was shared on Twitter by @CentroLeaks after being hooked up Game Leaks and Rumors subreddit and sharing u/followmeinblueNvidia is currently hosting a three-day event to promote many of its new products, including its next-generation graphics cards — many of which were leaked in March of this year.
Employee comments on Tegra239 (shown below, spotted as part of a message thread) are our first official confirmation of this particular system-on-chip (SoC).You can access full details linux.orghowever, here is an excerpt from the subreddit:
Granted, this still doesn’t confirm the existence of any “Switch Pro” or “Switch 2”, but it does match the leaked March leak. @NWPlayer123 Who found references to “T234/T239”. Speculation on the subreddit linked above puts the potential output of a hypothetical console using the chip in terms of PS4 performance.
Current Switch models run on a “Mariko” version of Nvidia’s Tegra X1 SoC, although last year there were rumors that Nvidia was ending production of this aging chip.
In a recent commentary, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa said “only things will be clear in the next fiscal year” when it comes to console production, while former Nintendo of America president Reggie Firth-Aime has a lot to say about how Nintendo is preparing for the Switch. independent thinking. Successor – as long as we get one!
So what do you think of this chip? Is the Switch Pro almost guaranteed? Can we get it next year? Will it be backward compatible? let us know!