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Intel teased its upcoming "Beast Canyon" NUC 11 Extreme system late last month at virtual Computex 2021. It should be an exciting entry for gamers looking to tap "extreme" performance in a small form factor chassis. Unfortunately, the company was relatively light on details, only confirming that it would be available with 11th generation Core i5/i7/i9 processors and support full-length graphics cards (including the latest GeForce and Radeon cards from NVIDIA and AMD). Now, thanks to a fresh leak, we're getting a look inside Beast Canyon and learning about at least one available processor option. Beast Canyon uses Intel's proprietary Compute Element card that features major components like the... Read more...
Intel has quietly introduced a boatload of 11th Gen NUC products (NUC 11 series) with Tiger Lake processors inside. There are 44 new models in all, spread across Intel's Pro, Performance, and Enthusiast spectrum. We are not going to cover all 44 NUC systems in detail, though we do want to highlight the NUC 11 Enthusiast mini PC, because of its graphics. Codenamed Panther Canyon (as previously leaked), the NUC 11 Enthusiast combines a quad-core 11th Generation Core i7-1165G7 Tiger Lake processor with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU. Sure, the graphics chip is based on NVIDIA's previous generation Turing architecture rather than Ampere, but it is an enticing combination nonetheless. The appeal here... Read more...
Intel has another family of mini PCs on the way, and they will fall under the NUC 11 "Panther Canyon" branding. Additional details on the new family of NUC mini PC kits leaked earlier today on Twitter thanks to @9550pro. According to the leaked documentation, the previously leaked NUC 11 Pro will be joined by the NUC 11 Performance. The NUC 11 Performance will be available with one of three 11th generation Tiger Lake processors: the Core i3-1115G4, Core i5-1135G7 or the Core i7-1165G7. Up to 64GB dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory is supported, and the systems are fully compliant with PCIe 4.0. This means that AMD Ryzen folks won't be the only ones able to enjoy the performance benefits of PCIe... Read more...
Back in January we brought you news of Intel's NUC 11 family that is in the product pipeline. At the time, we were made privy to the "standard" Panther Canyon family and its more enthusiast-oriented Phantom Canyon counterpart. Today, however, FanlessTech has provided an update on the launch timetable for the NUC 11 family of mini PCs. According to an Intel roadmap update, both Panther Canyon and Phantom Canyon are on track to launch during the second half of 2020. This new information lines up with what we already know about Tiger Lake, as Intel has reaffirmed on multiple occasions that its 11th generation 10nm+ processors would ship during the latter half of 2020. Intel... Read more...