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If the Nintendo Switch Pro gets DLSS support I want it in my new Nvidia Shield too

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A Bloomberg report suggests that there is a new Switch on the way that will use a new system on a chip (SoC) from Nvidia. We’ve previously dreamed about the so-called Switch Pro being an awesome hand-held streaming client, but the promise of local DLSS powering upscaling to 4K caught our interest and has us salivating over the prospect of an updated Shield. 

The existing Nintendo Switch uses Nvidia’s Tegra X1, while the most up to date version of the Nvidia Shield, The Shield TV Pro, uses a slightly updated version of that chip, the Tegra X1+. It boasts a 25 percent higher clock speed, but is otherwise the same. The ARM-based Tegra X1 has four ARM Cortex A57 cores and four inaccessible ARM A53 cores along with 256 Maxwell CUDA Cores…



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