Nintendo Switch Alleged Specifications Published
The Twitter user called NWPlayer123, known for leaking information about Splatoon in the past, has published the alleged specifications of Nintendo Switch.
With the official announcement of Nintendo Switch a lot of questions emerged, and although we saw some of its new features and even some games, still there were left many questions about its operation.
In short, the list suggests that the console will be more powerful than some think, but more interesting is that some characteristics coincide with the data reported by Emily Rogers released in early September.
So far, Rogers has proven to be a reliable source; however, in these cases it is always advisable to take the information with reservation. Here we leave the details of Nintendo Switch Specifications:
4 ARM Cortex-A57 core, maximum 2 GHz
Nvidia Maxwell Architecture of second generation
256 CUDA cores, 1 GHz max, 1024 FLOPS/cycle
4 GB of RAM (25.6 GB/s, VRAM shared)
32 GB of storage (maximum transfer rate of 400 MB/s)
USB 2.0 and 3.0
Display of 1280 x 720, 6.2″ IPS LCD, 10-point multi-touch
Video Output of 1080p maximum and 60 fps or 4k and 30 fps maximum
Recently, Nintendo stated that, over the next few weeks, it will not make more related announcement with games or specifications of Switch, but promised to answer questions of the players before the console goes on sale in March 2017.
This is supposedly the specs on the devkit, pushing some power, enough to run anything you throw at it pic.twitter.com/dpjYczeAWE
— Nintendo Knob (@NWPlayer123) October 20, 2016