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

A Bloomberg document suggests that there’s a new Transfer at the approach that can use a brand new gadget on a chip (SoC) from Nvidia. We now have prior to now dreamed in regards to the so-called Transfer Professional being a terrific handheld streaming consumer, however the promise of native DLSS powering upscaling to 4K stuck our passion and has us salivating over the possibility of an up to date Defend. 

The present Nintendo Transfer makes use of Nvidia’s Tegra X1, whilst the hottest model of the Nvidia Defend, The Defend TV Professional, makes use of a reasonably up to date model of that chip, the Tegra X1+. It boasts a 25 p.c upper clock pace, however is in a different way the similar. The ARM-based Tegra X1 has 4 ARM Cortex A57 cores and 4 inaccessible ARM A53 cores together with 256 Maxwell CUDA Cores operating at 1GHz. 

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