Intel phantom canyon nuc leak
The roadmap for future Intel NUC boxes has been leaked online, making rumors circulating earlier more likely.
NUC refers to Next Unit of Computing, a compact PC that Intel is promoting. Although the rumors circulating have not been confirmed, they hint that we will see these NUC boxes drop in the second half of 2020. This appears to be consistent with the recently announced roadmap. The
leak comes from Fanless Tech. If true, it means that Intel's NUC 11 will use the 11th Gen Tiger LakeU processor. This means that Phantom Canyon and Panther Canyon will use a 10 nm ++ architecture. The
Panther Canyon will reportedly provide a full lineup of 11th-gen CPUs, including Core i3, i5, and i7. However, Phantom Canyon will only provide Core i5 and i7.
Phantom Canyon also lets you add a third-party discrete GPU, and Panther Canyon will work with Intel's Gen 12 integrated graphics. There are rumors that GPUs with either 6GB or 8GB of VRAM will be supported, so it will be interesting to see which GPUs will fit this build of mini NUCs. The system memory of 4444 dual-channel DDR4 3200 SODIMM seems to reach 64GB.
According to rumors, Phantom Canyon devices will provide support for Intel Optane Memory, WiFi 6 and PCIe 4.0 to support discrete GPUs. Panther Canyon will also provide PCIe 4.0 slot, but for SSD, because it does not allow you to install a new graphics card.
Of course, since all this information is the result of rumors and leaks, it is worth mentioning. As long as the information is confirmed, we will provide you with the latest information on WePC.