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Switch Overclocking: How powerful is Tegra X1 really?

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We know that Nintendo held back from implementing the full power of Nvidia's Tegra X1 in Switch - but what happens if we restore the full CPU and GPU clocks of the processor in a range of the most demanding Switch games? Rich checks out docked performance, with a handheld overclocking video in the works.


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