Will the Nintendo Switch Pro use NVIDIA’s Lovelace technology?

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According to some online sources, the Nintendo Switch Pro graphics chip is rumored to be powered by Nvidia’s next-generation RTX40 series technology, which has been given the codename of Ada Lovelace. Although it is still unclear which of the N5 or the advanced N5P processor will be used, the Lovelace architecture will be based on TSMC’s 5nm manufacturing process. This means that gamers will be offered not only more power but also efficiency across all the models in the new series.

This new technology will not necessarily bring Switch Pro up on the same platform as Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, but it will significantly improve the gaming experience. Nvidia’s Tegra X1 chip powers all the current models, as well as the upcoming Switch OLED. So the Lovelace chip is expected to be an enormous upgrade as far as hand-held gaming is concerned. The efficiency of the rumored Lovelace-powered chip in a Switch Pro is still undetermined, however, many sources have suggested that whenever it does arrive it will be leaps and bounds ahead of the current Switch models. It is touted to offer 4K resolution and also would boast of a significant visual upgrade as compared to the current models. Besides this, it will also include the DLSS which comes with its own advantages.

According to sources, the updated Switch Pro is expected to be released by the second half of 2022. Nvidia will also try to get next-generation AMD graphic cards into the new models.

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