Intel NUC 11 with Tiger Lake CPUs
The details on NUC 11 codenamed “Panter Canyon” have finally been unveiled. A specification sheet that has been posted by @9550pro features NUC 11 Performance devices available in three variants.
The 11th Generation of Performance NUC series will feature three variants of Tiger Lake CPUs: Core i7-1165G7, Core i5-1135G7, and Core i3-1115G4. Compared to the NUC 11 PRO series, it appears that Performance Mini-PC will not feature vPRO technology and it will lack certain connectors.
The NUC 11 Performance features two channels for DDR4-3200 memory, maxing at 64GB. It comes with a single M.2 key for PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage. When it comes to differences between NUC 11 PRO and NUC 11 Performance, the latter will not have RS232 serial port headers and the additional M2. 22×42 Key B slot. Interestingly, the Performance series will also not support HDMI 2.1 (Pro series have two HDMI connectors, one being 2.1). Otherwise, it still has DisplayPort 1.4 and Thunderbolt 4 connectors, which are fully compatible with Intel Xe Graphics.
NUC 11 Performance will be available with three types of chassis: ‘Tall H’ (117x112x54mm), ‘Slim K’ (117x112x37mm), and ‘Tall Q’ (117x112x56mm). The PRO series were only available in 37 and 54mm heights, although those chassis featured different lettering.
Intel’s NUC 11 Performance and PRO series are expected to debut early next year.
The laker previously revealed the specs of the NUC 11 PRO ‘Tiger Canyon’ series: