No Modifications At All, Except for Clockspeeds and RAM, and maybe the SecureOS AES128 Silicon Key!Heartgold from GBATemp is reporting that TechInsights whom are famous for doing upclose 'photographic' die shots of new chips when they appear in consumer devices, have basically confirmed that Nintendo when the 'cheap-route' and just grabbed stock Nvidia Terga X1 chips off the new Shield 2017 production line, and nothing really is different the insides, except for firmware clockspeed throttling, and maybe the SecureOS AES128 key has been changed, but that part is being looked at now, so stay tuned for more news!
It seems the Nintendo Switch main system on chip, is nothing custom at all, just a stock Nvidia Terga X1 used in newer Shield 2017.
So what do you think, after spending $299 for your new Nintendo, you basically bought a slower Shield TV with a 6.2" Touchscreen!
For more info, check out the TechInsights blog, and the news source linked below, and in the meantime more 'Switch news' coming!
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NEWS SOURCE: Nintendo Switch is using stock Nvidia Tegra X1 (via) GBATemp