Nintendo's rumoured Wii successor, thought to be codenamed Project Café, will run off AMD's R700 GPU architecture, according to a new report.
Anonymous sources told IGN that, on that basis, the system will out-perform the PlayStation 3's NVIDIA 7800GTX-based processor.
Its CPU will apparently be a custom-built triple-core IBM PowerPC chipset similar to that of the Xbox 360 but with faster clocking speeds.
According to the sources, the console will output at 1080p with possible, but as yet unconfirmed, support for stereoscopic 3D as well.
It's also claimed that the console will be roughly the same size as the original Xbox 360 and resemble a modern take on the classic SNES' form.
The report claims it'll be manufactured by the Taiwanese Foxconn plant and be ready to ship this October, though Nintendo may hold back the release to build up stock and give developers more time to finish software.
A potential price tag of between $350 (£212) and $400 (£242) is suggested.
Earlier today, Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto refused to confirm the system's existence, though admitted "there's no smoke without fire."