Featuring Intel's Xe graphics
Intel's new Next Unit of Computing (NUC) will be based on Tiger Lake processors, and according to the latest details, it will be available in two versions, standard and gaming-oriented, both using 28W Tiger Lake-U CPUs with Intel Xe graphics.
Razer jumps on that bandwagon with Tomahawk
Among other things, Intel also brought the next-generation Ghost Canyon NUC to CES 2020 show floor, which revealed a bit more specifications on the current platform and the modular motherboard that will be available to OEM partners, and, surprisingly, Razer is already onboard as the first partner with Tomahawk gaming desktop and chassis.
"Coffee Lake" SoCs
Intel has released its pre-built NUC desktops based around its newer 8th generation "Coffee Lake" SoCs.
Featuring Iris Plus Graphics 655 IGP
According to a fresh report, all Intel's new NUCs will come with Iris Plus Graphics 655 IGP with 128MB of eDRAM.
Lower power powered
Chipzilla is updating its NUCs with new models including the “Hades Canyon” gaming model (with AMD graphics), a “Bean Canyon” model sporting 8th-Gen Intel Coffee Lake chips, and a new entry-level set of “June Canyon” computers with low-power Celeron and Pentium chips based on the new Gemini Lake architecture.
Powered by AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics
Following the launch of its 8th Generation Core with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics chips, Intel has also announced its new Intel NUC, codenamed Hades Canyon.
Seventh generation in your hand
Logic Supply has announced its latest fanless Intel based NUC – the ML100G-31.
Based on Coffee Lake chips
According to a fresh report, Intel is preparing four new 4x4-inch NUC (Next Unit of Computing) SFF systems that will be using chips based on Coffee Lake architecture.
But its connections are more useful
Chipzilla’s "Next Unit of Computing" (NUC) hardware has been one of the few bright spots of the PC industry, and now it seems that Intel wants to give them a refresh.