Intel NUCs are tiny but powerful mini-PCs. Their popularity has rapidly increased since Intel introduced them in 2012. People use the Intel NUC, an acronym for Next Unit of Computing.
Intel launched its most powerful Intel NUC to date, based on the newly announced 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with Radeon RX Vega M graphics with its 1280 shader processors. The new Intel NUC (formerly code-named Hades Canyon) brings this powerful new processor and graphics solution into a tiny 1.20-liter system.
The NUC 8i 7 HVK" (939 US dollars) has a with Core i7 8809 G (4 cores / 8 threads / max 4.20 GHz) or alternatively the Core i7 - 8705 G (4 cores / 8 threads / max 4.10 GHz) model NUC 8 i 7 HNK (769 USD). The units have 6 graphics outputs including miniDisplayPort ×2, HDMI ×2, Thunderbolt 3 ×2. Built-in Intel Wireless-AC 8265 module supports 802.11ac wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.2.
The new NUC will come in two versions: NUC8i7HVK and NUC8i7HNK.
- The NUC8i7HVK is based on the unlocked version of the new 8th Gen Intel Core processor with the Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics, giving overclockers1 the ability to take the system to higher levels.
- The NUC8i7HNK uses the 8th Gen Intel Core processor with the Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics.