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New NVIDIA Shield TV game console spotted in FCC filing

New NVIDIA Shield TV gaming console information shows up in FCC filings, potentially a CES 2020 release time frame

By Shannon Robb on Jul 26, 2019 01:21 pm CDT - 1 min, 4 secs reading time

NVIDIA's newest Shield gaming console appears to be getting closer to making a public appearance.

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Eagle-eyed viewers have taken notice of the newest updated FCC filings for the new NVIDIA Shield game console (Model # P3430). The new NVIDIA Shield per multiple FCC filings shows a new chipset labeled 'Tegra X1 T210 B01', which is a different model than the original Shield TV model, which was 'Tegra X1 A2'.

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We also see new accessories such as a new Shield TV Remote (model # P3700) which hints that new hardware is on the horizon, but the new console codenamed 'mdarcy' is still slated to be a minor incremental update. While the existing 2017 model (model # P2897) has been updated with the FCC showing a potential refresh to the now-aging hardware. The new P3430 could turn out to be a Shield TV dongle much akin to a fire-stick like device. This would be for those looking for the popular Android Shield interface without the size and grunt of the full-blown gaming console.

The likely launch window, if the same cadence is followed as the 2017 release, we could see the new NVIDIA Shield TV game console announced or even released at CES 2020. Stay tuned as we will add more news on this as the story develops.

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I started my PC journey around the age of six in 1989. Now to present day, I have established myself in the overclocking world and even the XOC scene spending many years pushing hardware on LN2 to find the far edge limits of all new and even old platforms I can get my hands on. I have also worked with design and R&D on various components including PC chassis to optimize the layout and performance for enthusiasts like myself.

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