Intel NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon” gets Core i9-11900KB CPU

Published: Jun 8th 2021, 13:37 GMT   Comments

Intel Core i9-11900KB turns out to be Tiger Lake-H for NUC

Intel recently published new 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake processors on its ARK specification website, namely the KB series, which were listed as desktop CPUs while featuring mobile socket. Turns out those KB series are for Intel’s upcoming Beast Canyon NUC 11 Extreme.

According to @9550pro, the photo was shared by KoolShare on WeChat. Intel NUC 11 Extreme system with the latest ‘Compute Elemenet’ installed. This PCIe-based Element has a built-in CPU, memory, storage, and networking, it is basically the heart of the NUC. This device is a successor to the 9th Core Gen-based “Ghost Canyon” NUC.

Intel NUC 11 Extreme (Beast Canyon) with Core i9-11900KB CPU, Source: KoolShare

At Computex Intel has previewed its Beast Canyon NUC, but has not provided any specifications or information on the expected launch date whatsoever. The company did only confirm it is based on Tiger Lake-H series CPU and that it will support a full-length discrete GPU. This 8-liter system is no longer considered a miniature PC, but it certainly is one of the smallest PC replacements.

Source: KoolShare via @9550pro

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