Intel has released its new NUC 11 extreme ‘Beast Canyon’ mini PC equipped with the latest 11th gen Intel Core processors, and now supports full-length desktop graphics cards, which means this small form factor PC is more powerful than ever before.
Intel’s NUC 11 releases with three basic configurations with differing types of Intel 11th gen core processors installed. Two configurations offer eight-core and 16 thread processors, the Intel Core i9-11900KB and the Core i7-11700B. The i9-11900KB is the only processor the NUC 11 extreme comes with that can be overclocked.
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