The Nintendo Switch 2 SOC may be produced on a 5nm process node and have a maximum clock speed of over 2.5 GHz, according to information unearthed today.
In a new video shared on YouTube, Doctre 81 detailed how, a few months back, they found the LinkedIn profile for a former Physical Design Engineer for Siliconist Technologies, who worked there from February 2020 to October 2022 on the T239 project for NVIDIA, which is said to be the Nintendo Switch 2 SOC.
Today, the YouTuber reported to have found another LinkedIn profile for another former Physical Design Engineer who worked at Siliconist Technologies during the same time as the other employee who actually put a more detailed summary of what they worked on during their time at the company, confirming it was an NVIDIA project without, however, mentioning any other specific. In this project summary, the former Siliconist Technologies employee mentions a 5nm process node and a maximum clock speed of 2.653 GHz, higher than the maximum clock speed of the original Nintendo Switch SOC, the TegraX1. As Nintendo is keeping a tight lid on its Nintendo Switch 2 console, however, we have to take what Doctre81 revealed in their video with a grain of salt.
Very little is currently known about the Nintendo Switch 2 console. According to reports, Nintendo showed the system to developers during this year’s edition of Gamescom, bringing some impressive tech demos, such as an updated version of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which ran at 4K resolution, 60 frames per second using NVIDIA DLSS, and The Matrix Awakens Unreal Engine 5 demo.
The Nintendo Switch 2 console has yet to be officially announced, but it is rumored to release sometime next year. We will keep you updated on the new system as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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