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Intel&#;s upcoming NUC 11 Pro &#;Tiger Canyon&#; computer is a tiny desktop PC powered by an 11th-gen Intel Core &#;Tiger Lake&#; processor with up to Intel Xe graphics.

That means you can expect up to twice the graphics performance of a computer with a 10th-gen &#;Ice Lake&#; processor, making Tiger Canyon look like a worthy follow-up to &#;s &#;Bean Canyon&#; NUC with an 8th-gen chip and Iris Plus graphics.

Last year&#;s &#;Frost Canyon&#; NUC with a 6-core, 10th-gen Comet Lake-U processor offered decent CPU performance, but the Intel UHD integrated graphics were nothing to write home about.

Intel hasn&#;t officially announced its Tiger Canyon NUC yet, but a leaked spec sheet with images showed up on Twitter last night. Note that rather than a direct follow-up to the systems listed above, the &#;Pro&#; in the name suggests that this model will succeed the business-oriented Provo Canyon and Dawson Canyon systems.

Aside from the word Pro in the name, some models will be available with Intel chips featuring Intel vPro technology. And there&#;s optional support for things like a serial port for customers who need them.

Like most NUC Pro systems released in recent years, the Intel NUC 11 Pro will come in two sizes: Slim and Tall. Both measures about &#; x &#; in width and length, but the slim model is just under inches tall and only supports solid state storage, while the tall model is a little over inches tall and has room for a inch hard drive or SSD as well as an M.2 SSD.

Both models feature support for up to 64GB of DDR dual-channel RAM and PCIe x4 Gen 4 NVMe solid state storage, WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5, and the ability to drive up to four external displays thanks to:

Other ports include a Gbps Ethernet jack, three USB Gen 2 Type-A ports, and optional support for a module featuring extra USB and Ethernet ports or other options such as a serial port.

There will be at least five different CPU options for the NUC 11 Pro Tiger Canyon system:

Intel notes that the systems are designed to stand up to 24&#;7 operation and support Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT, Windows Server , and &#;various Linux distros.&#;

Intel isn&#;t the only company producing Tiger Lake mini PCs. Taiwanese PC and component maker ASRock also has a NUC-sized Tiger Lake motherboard on the way.

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Intel &#;Tiger Lake&#; NUC to launch in late

Not many changes are expected in for the NUCs.

Intel NUC with Tiger Lake-U in late

Intel&#;s Next Unit of Computing will not see many changes in According to a roadmap leaked by @momomo_us, only Tiger Lake-U will be added to the NUC platform under a codename of &#;Hades Follow On&#;. This roadmap appears to be more current than FanlessTech&#;s back from March. That said, we are not sure what happened to the previous codenames such as Phantom Canyon (it was carrying the exact same specs). The newer roadmap also appears not to include Panther Canyon (a lower tier NUC Extreme series).

The new roadmap shows that the W+ NUC Extreme series will not be updated in , meaning that the recently announced and comprehensively reviewed NUCs 9 Extreme based on the 9th Gen Core series will not see a successor in this year and in

The NUC 11 Extreme featuring subW processors will be upgraded to Tiger Lake platform by the end of this year, the roadmap shows. The slide mentions Tiger Lake-U, which is (allegedly) configurable up to 28W. These NUCs will also feature 3rd party graphics, likely to be NVIDIA GeForce, although we would be pleased to see Intel&#;s own DG1 discrete graphics in this form factor.

Intel Tiger Lake is a successor to Ice Lake. The SoC features Willow Cove core design and Gen12 graphics. This is a proper architectural upgrade for the high-end NUCs, which are still only available with 14nm Skylake-based processors.

Source @momomo_us

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Intel NUC Roadmap Peeking Into Tiger Lake NUC by End

Intel is planning to introduce its first NUC (next unit of computing) device based on the 11th generation Core "Tiger Lake" processor by the end of , according to leaked company roadmaps covering NUCs. These point to Intel refreshing its "Hades Canyon" performance-segment NUC mini-PC with a "Tiger Lake-U" processor, a 3rd party discrete GPU, and slightly bigger device size ( L vs. L of the original "Hades Canyon"). At the very top, the "Ghost Canyon" NUC 9 Extreme with "Coffee Lake-HR" processors will continue to hold the fort into

The mainstream NUC mini-PC lineup will continue to be "Frost Canyon," powered by "Comet Lake-U" 10th generation Core processors. Q2-Q3 will see Intel launch significant updates to its NUC Compute Element lineup, with "West Cove," "Ghost Canyon," and "Quartz Canyon" holding the mainstream, performance-segment, and professional segment, respectively; while are likely based on "Comet Lake-H" processors; and "Austin Beach" low-power compute element based on "Comet Lake-U."
Source: momomo_us (Twitter)Sours:
Ice Lake not coming to Intel 10th Gen NUCs

ASRock NUC BOX: Intel Tiger Lake NUC Mini-PCs launched with 28 W CPUs and Iris Xe Graphics

ASRock Industrial has released a new swathe of Mini-PCs, complementing the 4X4 BOX series that it announced last month. The company has called its latest Mini-PCs the NUC BOX series, and they are based on Intel's Tiger Lake-U series architecture.

Like the 4X4 BOX, the NUC BOX measures x x mm. ASRock Industrial has produced three SKUs, which each have a 90 W external PSU and a host of ports, as shown below. In total, the machines have five USB ports, two Ethernet ports and four video inputs, including the two USB Gen2 Type-C ports. ASRock Industrial plans to certify these for USB4 though and believes that they may be capable of Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4.

The NUC BOX also has an Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX module on board that includes Bluetooth support, along with two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots that support up to 64 GB of DDR RAM. Additionally, there is an M slot and a SATA III bay for a inch drive.

The NUC BOX series starts with the NUC BOXG4, which features a Core iG4 processor. The Tiger Lake chip integrates a UHD Graphics GPU that has 48 execution units (EUs), for reference. ASRock Industrial has called the mid-range model the NUC BOXG7 that, unsurprisingly, includes the Core iG7 processor. Similarly, the top-end NUC BOXG7 features the Core iG7. Both the Core iG7 and Core iG7 feature Iris Xe Graphics, although the Core iG7 has an 80 EU GPU compared to the 96 EU one in the Core iG7.

ASRock Industrial states that it will announce the pricing of the NUC BOX series before the end of October. You can also inquire with the company, should you wish to know more in the meantime.

(Image source: ASRock Industrial)

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Intel&#;s 11th Generation, 10nm+ Tiger Lake CPU Based Phantom Canyon &#; Panther Canyon NUCs Landing in

Intel's 11th Generation Tiger Lake CPU based NUC 11 series are landing in the second half of , reports FanlessTech. The new NUCs which include the recently reported Phantom Canyon and the Panther Canyon designs are expected to feature Intel's latest 10nm+ process-based Tiger Lake-U processors with advanced Xe graphics architecture.

Intel's NUC 11 Series To Feature 11th Generation, 10nm+ Tiger Lake CPUs With Xe Graphics Architecture

Based on the details mentioned by FanlessTech, the NUC 11 Extreme and the NUC 11 performance will replace the existing NUC 8 and NUC 9 series. This is the first time a slide has officially listed Intel's Tiger Lake family as the 11th Generation family. According to the source, the roadmap lists down the availability of the NUC 11 series around mid of but would be moved to second half of due to the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus.

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Intel NUC 11 Series With Intel's 11th Generation Tiger Lake CPUs

Intel NUC 11 Series With Intel's 11th Generation Tiger Lake CPUs are arriving in the second half of (Image Credits: FanlessTech)

Intel Phantom Canyon NUC 11 Extreme

The Phantom Canyon NUC 11 extreme would be powered by Intel's Tiger Lake-U 28W processors. The processors featured on the NUC would either be Core i7 or Core i5 variants but while they will rock an integrated Xe GPU, there would also be a discrete graphics option. The specifics of the GPU are not known but it is mentioned to be 3rd party, featuring 6 or 8 GB graphics memory.

It is likely that Intel would put their own discrete graphics based on the Xe graphics architecture which would allow for far superior performance than the integrated GPU. You can configure the NUC 11 Extreme with up to 64 GB of DDR SODIMMs. There are dual M.2 slots (1x 22x80/ & 1x 22x80) and a PCIe x4 Gen 3 NVMe port.

Other details include a very futuristic design with the iconic 'SKULL' logo which lights up with LEDs. You can put the NUC in either tabletop or tower formation and either of them looks cool. It shares a design to its predecessors, the Skull Canyon and the Hades Canyon, both of which rocked a 45W CPU. I/O on the NUC 11 Extreme will include HDMI b, Mini DisplayPort, front and rear sided Thunderbolt 3 ports, Intel Gbps LAN, Intel Wireless-AX , IEEE ax, WiFi 6 and Bluetooth

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Intel Panther Canyon NUC 11 Performance

The NUC 11 performance will also be featuring 28W Tiger Lake-U CPUs with SKUs ranging from Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 variants. The Intel Xe graphics chip onboard these CPUs will power the graphics side and there won't be any discrete graphics option like the Extreme variant. Like the Extreme variant, the I/O would be practically the same with the only difference being the standard NUC box design.

The Tiger Lake generation of processors comes after Intel's 10nm Ice Lake generation. Tiger Lake CPUs will be using a more advanced 10nm+ process node and improved architecture design. While Willow Cove cores used on the Tiger Lake CPUs will have all the underlying technologies featured on Sunny Cove based processors, they will also feature cache redesigns, transistor optimizations and enhanced security features to deliver much better performance and clocks than 10nm processors.

Also, it's worth noting that previous Intel slides hinted at Phantom Canyon NUCs to feature PCIe Gen support, but only the Panther NUC 11 will be getting support for Gen NVMe while Phantom Canyon will continue supporting the Gen protocol.

Both NUCs are stated to be available later this year and would definitely be a nice addition to your home streaming setup, or if you are in the market for just a small form factor PC, rocking some pretty cool specifications.

Which variant of the Intel NUC 11 is more suited to your needs?

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