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.
AORUS GeForce RTX 3080 XTREME WATERFORCE WB 10G GIGABYTE recently launched RTX 3080 XTREME WATERFORCE… Read More
In the current times of Graphics card scarcity, The well known GPU Card vendor, Colorful… Read More
What is the news on the ENKI series AIO by G.SKILL? Global leaders in extreme… Read More
What's the story surrounding COMPUTEX 2021? COMPUTEX 2021 International Online Press Conference started yesterday, uncovering… Read More
What is the news surfacing about MSI GS76 Stealth? This year, no upgrade was provided… Read More
What is the news regarding Intel Optane? Yesterday, at Intel's Memory and Storage 2020 episode,… Read More