Intel is about to launch NUC 11 Extreme with Tiger Lake-H and discrete graphics
Intel is about to launch NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon”, which will be equipped with Tiger Lake-H and discrete graphics. In recent years, many players have been pursuing the relatively small size of the console, but also require as strong a performance configuration as possible. Many Intel NUC has been sought after.
According to VideoCardz, the rendering of Intel NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon” has been exposed. Intel’s new host is 8 liter in size and will be equipped with Tiger Lake-H processors, including Core i5 and i7 series, and the highest configuration suffix “HK” unlocked series. The host supports dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory, or devices with up to three M.2 slots, and supports PCIe Gen4 standard. At the same time, it will also provide a Thunderbolt 4 interface, which supports up to three 4K display outputs. In addition, WiFi6, Bluetooth 5, and even 10Gbps Ethernet interfaces will be configured, which can be said to be quite complete.
Intel has not yet determined which graphics card it will be equipped with, but it will support full-size discrete graphics cards. Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series or AMD Radeon RX 6000 series are both possible, and there is no mention of whether it will support Intel’s own DG2 series of discrete graphics cards. As for the specific GPU model, it is estimated that it will take some time to determine.
It is expected that in the keynote speech of the upcoming Computex 2021 exhibition, Intel will reveal more information about NUC 11 Extreme, and it is not many days away.