Earlier this month, Intel announced its new Raptor Canyon NUC 13 Extreme flagship mini, which not only has a 13gen Core K processor, but also supports a three-slot 313mm standalone graphics card.
According to the Computer Bar Review room,A Core i9-13900K (custom version) and an Asus TUF RTX 3080 Ti graphics card are crammed into the NUC 13E's media machine. However, the actual measurement found that RTX 4090 FE public version is also available, the space is directly crowded.
After inspection, the size of the public version 4090 is as follows: length 304mm, width 137mm, thickness 61mm(3 slots).
However, the NUC 13E's default power supply is 750W Max, which is only adequate for powering the RTX 4090 FE, but not for long-term high load. At the same time, there is only one 16Pin (300W) by default, so you need to buy another pair of 8Pin to 16Pin and cut out a Sense pin.
In terms of scalability, the NUC 13E provides two SATA3s, three M.2 SSDS, and two memory slots.
RTX 3080 Ti effect