According to the “Nihon Keizai Shimbun” report,
due to rumors that Switch Pro will be released later this year, Nintendo will expand Switch production this fiscal year, or produce 30 million Switches.
The report pointed out that as the Switch Pro will be released later this year, Nintendo has expanded the production scale of the Switch, and is expected to produce 30 million Switches in the fiscal year ending March 31, which is the highest output of Switch so far.
Prior to this,
Nintendo’s latest 12.0 version of the firmware contained the words “is_crda_fw_update_supported” and “4kdp_preferred_over_usb30”. Experts interpreted the code. Among them, CrdA is Cradle for Aula, and Aula is said to be the codename of Switch Pro. It has been exposed before.
The 4K DP at the back is the 4K resolution that supports TV mode, which is also one of the major innovations of Switch Pro. The latest report mentioned that the new Switch host is equipped with a 7-inch OLED screen and will also support the new NV chip of “Deep Learning Super Sampling” (DLSS).
If the news is reliable, the chip is expected to significantly improve CPU/GPU performance and provide a practical and effective solution for 4K ultra-high-definition image output on TV.
It is reported
that NV has introduced DLSS technology for the first time on Turing GPU of RTX 20 series graphics cards, which is characterized by the use of neural networks to reconstruct game images in real time and with high quality.