Intel's Next Unit of Computing Will Be Fitted with A Desktop GPU

Intel’s Next Unit of Computing Will Be Fitted with A Desktop GPU

We’re huge followers of Intel’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing) lineup, although they have not been essentially the most sensible DIY methods for many customers. They’re tiny packing containers bundled with CPUs; however, you have to add your individual RAM, storage, and OS — all at a lot greater price than constructing a typical desktop. At CES, Intel is gearing as much as unveiling its strongest entry but, the “Ghost Canyon” NUC, which is large enough to suit a desktop graphics card. It is extra of a mini-desktop PC than the small NUC gadgets we have seen previously; however, it’s additionally way more versatile for avid gamers who demand respectable efficiency.

The final NUC we reviewed, codenamed Hades Canyon, featured Intel’s distinctive collaboration with AMD’s Radeon graphics. It was a successful little machine; however, it was no match for a real desktop GPU. Intel says the Ghost Canyon NUC can even be powered by an i9 processor that may attain as much as 5GHz on a single core. And for the primary time, you will additionally be capable of improving the CPU down the road.

Whereas I am positive it’s going to price far more than a comparable desktop, it could possibly be interesting to avid gamers who need a highly effective rig they will simply throw in a backpack. Intel simply gave us a sneak peek of the Ghost Canyon NUC at CES at present, anticipate to listen to extra particulars later this week.