Nintendo Switch Specs

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  1. LockDown

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    The CPU power of the switch will be the same when docked and undocked with cores running at 1020MHz regarding in any situations. The machine's embedded memory controller runs at 1600MHz while docked ... but the default power mode undocked sees this drop to 1331MHz. The clock speeds of the switch GPU is different when docked locking at 758 MHz. As the site points out, this is much lower than the 1 GHz that Nvidia's Shield Android TV runs at in terms of GPU speed


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    Last week, a report claimed the Switch would use Nvidia's Maxwell graphics processing technology, not the chip-maker's newer Pascal architecture. It was confirmed during the Switch announcement event in October that the console would use a variant of Nvidia's Tegra chip.

    The Switch's reported use of the custom Maxwell Tegra apparently means the console will have more than 1 teraflop of performance. This would be well below Project Scorpio (6 teraflops), the PS4 Pro (4.2 teraflops), the standard PS4 (1.8 teraflops), and the standard Xbox One (1.3 teraflops).


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    The Switch Console officially confirmed the specs for the latest release of Nintendo. The Switch will use a 6.2-inch 1280x720 resolution multi-touch capacitive screen. The console will also use 32GB of internal storage, which you can expand with a microSDXC card. The game cartridges are called “game cards” and you drop them in from the top of the Switch. The Switch will have two speakers at the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
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    In terms of battery life, Nintendo asserts that the Switch can last over six hours, but will vary depending on the game and usage conditions. The company says that users should be able to get roughly three hours out of the Switch while playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The Switch will use a USB-C charging port, which is located at the bottom of the unit.

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    As revealed in October, the Switch will use an Nvidia Tegra-based system-on-a-chip (SOC) for its processor.



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