81skywakeSun 17th Oct 2021 @Matt_Barber To be fair, the reason why it's only on fairly "high end" GPUs is because it's a relatively new feature. The first GPU Nvidia released with Tensor Cores was in 2018. But since then outside of the 16 series GPUs and the Tegra X1 revision in the Switch every product Nvidia has released has had Tensor cores. So Tensor cores and DLSS are SUPER safe bets for whatever comes next for Switch But on your broader point I'm on the same page as you. I don't think @SwitchForce is quite on the money when talking about the idea of a powerhouse Switch. Because even with DLSS there is more to high end visuals than just resolution and framerate. In some kinds of titles? Sure, DLSS could push the Switch upto and possibly beyond what something like the PS4 Pro could do. But DLSS isn't magic, there will be some workloads where you're still going to struggle getting "4K" level performance within the thermal/power limits of a device like the Switch. Even if you made it the most premium product you possibly could Edited on Sun 17th October, 2021 @ 06:13 by skywake Some Aussie musics: Pond, TFS, Genesis Owusu "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"