What’s the story involving NUC 11 Performance?
The details involving NUC 11 code-named ‘Panter Canyon’ have at long last been uncovered. A separate sheet containing specs has been posted by @9550pro highlights NUC 11 Performance gadgets accessible in three variations.
The 11th Gen of Performance NUC line-up will include three variations of Tiger Lake (Intel 11th Generation) CPUs: Core i7-1165G7, Core i3-1115G4, and Core i5-1135G7. Unlike the NUC 11 PRO line-up, Performance Mini-PC apparently won’t include vPRO technology, and it will come up short on specific connectors.
The declaration highlights two channels for DDR4-3200 memory, peaking at 64GB. It accompanies a solitary M.2 key for PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage space. The differences between NUC 11 PRO and NUC 11 Performance are that the latter won’t have RS232 serial-port headers and the extra M2. 22×42 Key B slot.
Strangely, the Performance line-up will likewise not be compatible with HDMI 2.1 (Pro line-up has two HDMI connectors, one being 2.1). Else actually has Thunderbolt 4 connectors and DisplayPort 1.4, which are entirely viable with Intel Xe Graphics.
NUC 11 Performance will be accessible with three kinds of chassis: ‘Slim K’ (117x112x37mm), ‘Tall H’ (117x112x54mm), and ‘Tall Q’ (117x112x56mm). The PRO line-up was only accessible in 37 and 54mm statures, even though those chassis included diverse lettering.
Intel’s NUC 11 Performance and PRO line-up are required to make a big appearance next year.
Sources: Twitter, @9550pro, 17th December 2020.