- Oct 25, 2017
Of those 3, the first is the most obvious answer. It's (relatively) cheap to design, could be multiuse between a more portable and 'pro' model (focusing more on the power savings in the former, and the higher clock rates in the latter), and it would be guaranteed to be 100% compatible with existing software.So, reading this thread I am unsure which way we are leaning on the Switch PRO.
1) Tegra X1, but with die shrink and maintaining Maxwell GPU
2) Tegra X1, but with die shrink and with Pascal GPU
3) Tegra X2, but perhaps without the additional CPU cores
Which option is most likely and least likely?
I still think it's the absolute most likely option period, only two years into this gen of switch I just don't think the people expecting an entire architecture shift or a 2-4x power increase are very realistic.