Is this the first actual product with Xe Graphics?
Intel NUC Panther Canyon
FanlessTech today revealed the first Next Unit of Computing (NUC) based on TigerLake architecture. The 11th NUC series known as Panther Canyon will feature Tiger Lake U architecture (with TDP around 28W) and Core i3 to Core i7 processors. The same applies to NUC 11 Extreme (codename Phantom Canyon), as it will not carry H series architecture, but instead, it will also stick to Tiger Lake U.
Intel already revealed that Tiger Lake architecture will use integrated Xe Graphics, possibly with similar specifications to discrete DG1 development vehicle revealed at CES 2020. This graphics card is based on the Xe-LP sub-architecture and it is expected to have 96EUs, which is around 768 unified cores.
The basic specs for both Panther and Phantom Canyon NUCs:
- Core i3-i7 Tiger Lake U Processor (28W)
- Intel integrated Xe Graphics
- Phantom Canyon: 3rd Party Discrete Graphics
- Dual-Channel DDR4-3200 (64GB max)
- HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4
- Phantom Canyon: Quad Display (8K support)
- M.2 22×80/110 + M.2 22×80
- PCIe x4 Gen3 NVMe
- Intel Optane Memory M10/H10 Ready
- Thunderbolt 3 Ports
- Intel 2.5G Ethernet
- Intel Wireless-AX 201 (WiFi 6 & Bluetooth 5)
- Launch later this year
Intel NUC 11: Panther Canyon & Phantom Canyon