The Core 12 platform has been upgraded and the NUC Mini is due for an update. At CES 2022,For the first time, Intel is showing off its next top-of-the-line model, the NUC 12 Extreme, codenamed &LDquo; Dragon Canyon”Dragon Canyon.
Interestingly, Intel did not show the whole machine this time, but the state of the scattered parts.
One of the biggest changesFor the first time, it will feature standalone slot LGA1700, supported by any 12-generation core processor with up to 65W power consumption, up to the 8+8 core I9-12900.
Not long ago there was an expose showing the new NUC's internal motherboard, with the LGA1700 separate slots and processor clearly visible.
Considering that the separate slots take up more space, the LGA1700 is much larger than the previous LGA1200, so it can be predicted that the overall volume will exceed 8 liters. Monster Canyon ” (Beast Canyon).
The graphics card doesn't say, but it's almost certainly Intel Arc, which uses a turbofan plus a VC sink plate to dissipate heat.
Other aspects, “ Dragon valley & throughout; Also supportsA maximum of 64GB ddr4-3200 dimms (DDR5 version is available), three PCIe 4.0 NVMe m. 2 SSDS, wi-fi 6E, and ten gigabit network adapter. USB 3.2gen2, lightning 4, and HDMI ports are provided.
The front panel of the case continues to feature definable LED lights, but this time the official display is no longer a skeleton, but a quo. Intel NUC” The words.
Dragon Canyon is said to be coming later this quarter, but Arc's flash graphics card is likely to be delayed until at least Q2, so we don't know if it will be involved.
I9-11900kb, RTX 3090 & LDQUO; Monster Canyon ”