According to news from IT House on October 11, according to Videocardz, Intel showed off the NUC13 Extreme Raptor Canyon, the successor of Dragon Canyon, in a live broadcast event.
As shown in the picture above, Intel demonstrated the NUC13ExtremeRaptorCanyon computing module and the overall frame design.
According to reports, the volume of NUC13 Extreme will reach 13.9L, while the volume of the previous generation Dragon Canyon is 8L.
IT Home learned that NUC13 Extreme is expected to be equipped with 13th-generation Core desktop processors, and the graphics card will support larger 3-slot thick models. According to the news, NUC13Extreme will be released in a few weeks.
▲Intel’s current Flying Dragon Canyon
There are currently three NUC products equipped with 12th-generation Core, namely Feilong Canyon equipped with 65W desktop processors, Viper Canyon equipped with 12th-generation Core H-series processors, and Wall Street Canyon equipped with 12-generation P-series processors.