5.0.0 included hw bringup for a new SoC called Mariko. nvidia calls it t214 (it's a fork of tegra X1), it has a custom nintendo bootrom, new key material, new pmic (and new pcb!). however it will probably look identical from outside ;) @hexkyz— plutoo (@qlutoo) March 18, 2018 Found very strong evidence of a whole new PCB and 8GB memory for new T214 Switch (Mariko):https://t.co/qGRBeDB5mf— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) March 18, 2018 Oh, right, I should've clarified this better. The strongest evidence for a new PCB is the added support for a new PMIC in PCV sysmodule (max77621 will be replaced by max77812).— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) March 19, 2018 Sounds good. :)They still call the retail board "nx-abca2" though, so nothing is certain at this point.— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) March 19, 2018 RAM-bump sounds more likely for devunit-only(?).— yellows8 (@ylws8) March 19, 2018 Indeed, I suspect the RAM upgrade should be for devkits only (at least for now).— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) March 19, 2018 Interesting fact: Tegra systems are code-named after Marvel characters. TK1 was "Logan", TX1 was "Erista" and now T214 SoC's name "Mariko" comes from Mariko Yashida, Wolverine's lover. Whether this symbolizes Nvidia and Nintendo's scorching "romance" remains to be seen. ;)— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) March 19, 2018 That's all.