has announced the upcoming NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon” at the 2021 Computex which will be equipped with Tiger Lake-H and full-size discrete graphics, and will be the successor to NUC 9 Extreme “Ghost Canyon”.
According to VideoCardz
reports, Intel NUC 11 Extreme is equipped with the 11th-generation Core B series that Intel officially announced on the website. This series includes Core i9-11900KB, i7-11700B, i5-11500B, and i3-11100B. It uses a 10nm SuperFin process Tiger Lake, its TDP is 65W, supports DDR4-3200 memory, and is configured with 16 PCIe Gen4 channels. Of course, Beast Canyon will use a Core i9-11900KB processor.
In the exposed photos, you can see that the Element with the height of the dual PCIe slots will still integrate onboard CPU, memory, storage devices, and other components, and support Thunderbolt, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, USB, and other functions. This will be the core part of Beast Canyon. There is also a PCIe x4 slot and a PCIe x16 slot.
As of now, Intel has not further announced the relevant specifications of the NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon”, and the exact release time.