Before the actual launch, there are many speculations about the key features and stipulations about Intel NUC 11. So no wonder, this article is also procuring the information from a few abstruse websites. Was the connotation inadvertent? Well, no worries, let’s get into it. Intel has been advancing barebone desktop computers called NUCs that are typically tiny and modular. NUC stands for Next Unit of Computing. Besides, it has become overt as lately Asus accidentally revealed about Nvidia’s GPUs- GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3060 GPUs.
On the other hand, it seems that many prolific spoilers have been coming up with hints at a few specs of intel NUC 11. Moreover, it became notorious after being published on UserBenchmark.
So here are the specs of Intel NUC 11 from one of the credible listings.
- Well, it is noted the device will carry the three Tiger Lake processors, with a range from the Core i3-1115G4 to the Core i7-1165G7.
- Each processor is developed with 28 Watts, and performance above 4 GHz.
- Meanwhile, on the User benchmark, only the Core i7-1165G7 is mentioned.
- Also, the Intel NUC 11 model is claimed to be analogous to GeForce RTX 2070 GPU.
- It is oblivious whether an eGPU will be connecting to one of the machine’s Thunderbolt ports or not.
- There will also be three USB: 3.1 Gen2 ports, USB 2.0 ports through internal headers, a Gigabit Ethernet port, an HDMI 2.0b port, and a Mini DisplayPort 1.4 attachment.
A user asserted that there will be three chassis types of NUC 11:
- Having said that, “Slim” K will be the smallest of the three, measuring 117 x 112 x 38 mm; “Tall” H with 51 mm height; and “Tall Q” chassis at 56 mm tall.
- He also distinguished between the three types saying that, all the three chassis will have the same core processors.
- Whereas, “Tall” H and “Tall Q” will include additional equipment that is paucity in “Slim” K.
- The “Tall” H and “Tall” Q will have a 2.5-inch SATA 3 bay capable of covering up to 7 mm thick drives.
- “Tall” Q will be having a wireless charger fabricated into its lid too.
Keeping the erudition of Intel NUC 11 performance in mind, Tiger Canyon and Phantom Canyon are also on the line to get their launch soon. Also, they both will be based on the company’s Tiger Lake platform. Last but not the least, the production of Tiger Canyon and Phantom Canyon is anticipated to come into the market in the first half of 2021.