Semiconductor goliath Intel has a great plan to start 2022 with a massive announcement of NUC 12 Extreme Dragon Canyon; at CES, Intel revealed a new device equipped with Intel’s 12th generation Core desktop processor. It runs on the Tiger Lake-H processor (11th Gen Core KB-series). Although Intel has not revealed the complete picture of the products, it is exposed that the NUC 12 Extreme will use three PCIe Gen4 M.2 devices and up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory.
From the unveiled models, we can decipher that NUC embraces a modular design, and the motherboard and graphics card are interconnected through the connection board through the PCIe interface. It seems the Intel Dragon Canyon is equipped with a B-series processor based on the 11th-generation Core H-series, a powerful processor from the Intel house, all along with a 65W performance release and a graphics card that supports 305mm extended models.
However, Intel has kept secrets about the date of the official revelation of the NUC 12 Extreme Dragon Canyon. However, it is expected that Intel could release the new product in early April 2022 if the situation allows them to launch the Powerful NUC 12 Extreme Dragon Canyon. Intel has been routinely working on numerous processors to put their name on top of the list as their competitors still making it difficult to postpone the release of the products.
NVIDIA announced an entry-level GPU, the RTX 3050, at CES. Still, we have no clue about the performance of the NVIDIA chips. Recently a leak suggested that NUC 12 Extreme features a desktop socket; everyone seemed perplexed. They didn’t know what it would be, howbeit, fortunately, a photo has leaked featuring a close-up on the Compute Element itself. While reading the words uttered on the labels, one could notice that the device will be using DDR4 memory; now, Intel has confirmed everything but the date.
Previously, Intel has exhibited new notebooks lists where we spotted a Lenovo’s unknown model equipped with an ARC graphics card. If you are an ardent fan of Intel processors, you could know the maximal value of the ARC graphics cards and their promises to bring high-level gaming and innovative features. As of now, Lenovo has not uttered a word about the information on this notebook. Whilst Intel said that ARC graphics cards would be available in Q1, and the first product will come from its NUC products, it’s now reaffirmed that Intel won’t let Lenovo release their products fitted with ARC graphics before them.