Nintendo NX: 6GB to 8GB DDR4 RAM Will Be Available To Software, Capable Of Outputting 4K
Recently, a user on Reddit named as “UntypedHero” leaked that Nintendo NX is going to have an x86 architecture. Today, in a new thread of Reddit, UntypedHero shared a new set of information related to Nintendo NX, ranging from amiibo functionality, the DDR4 memory, capability to output 4K and many other things.
Nintendo NX will have DDR4 memory, and 6GB – 8GB of it will be available to the developer for software, according to the details shared by UntypedHero. On a topic of GPU, UntypedHero stated that exact model detail is not yet known but there is not doubt that it is going to be an AMD.
You can read out full list of new Nintendo NX related leak below:
The retail name for the NX is unknown to developers (or they are holding back). I’ve asked multiple sources.
I know of at least 1 third-party Wii U game that has/have been successfully ported to NX.
Amiibo are still supported (if you hadn’t already guessed).
Friend codes are still a thing (unfortunately).
I don’t know when the NX will be announced. Speculation is this month.
There are multiple “gimmicks” with the NX, one is optional.
There are physical dev-kits out in the wild, I don’t have access to these.
I don’t know the model of the GPU, however there is little doubt (from what I’ve been told) that it an AMD.
The NX is capable of outputting 4k. Consensus is upscaling and streaming.
DDR4 Memory (between 6GB – 8GB). EDIT: Available to software.
EDIT: Just to be clear – Although there are dev-kits out there, I highly doubt that you will get a direct leak from any of the studios that have them.
EDIT 2: Apparently friend code wasn’t the correct term. You can only add people you know.”