New rumours about the specifications of Nintendo's next generation gaming console, Nintendo Wii U, have emerged and looks as if Wii U is going to be more powerful than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
According to website Wii U Daily, developers with access to the console have claimed that it is 50 per cent powerful than the current Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles.
The Nintendo Wii U will come with a quad core processor, 3 GHz PowerPC-based 45nm CPU, which is in some ways is similar to the one on the Xbox 360. The device will also come with 768 MB of embedded DRAM with the CPU, which will be shared between the GPU and CPU.
The gaming console is also expected to come with an unknown ATI GPU with 40nm architecture.
Sources also said that the company is currently testing two versions of the console, one with 768 MB RAM and the other with 1GB RAM. It was also revealed that the Japanese gaming giant had unveiled these specifications to developers back in March 2011, so there is no way to tell whether they will remain the same when the console finally launches.