Intel NUC Panther Canyon

Intel Panther Canyon identifies the new generation of Intel NUC mini-PC and will arrive on the market together with its extreme Phantom Canyon variant, heir to the current top of the Hades Canyon range (Review). The new NUCs will use Intel Tiger Lake processors at 10nm and will debut in the second half of the year, this is what the fanlesstech portal publishes exclusively, confirming, among other things, the technical specifications circulated this summer on the web.

Intel Panther Canyon and Phantom Canyon will be based on processors of the Tiger Lake U line with TDP at 28W, starting from the Core i3 models arriving at the more powerful Core i5 and i7. We confirm that on the Phantom Canyon model it is not foreseen, at least for the moment, the use of Core H series processors with 45W TDP (we had already talked about HERE).

The 11th generation NUCs also support integrated Intel Xe graphics, SODIMM DDR4 3200 memory, PCI-E 4.0 SSD, Thunderbolt 3 and latest generation Intel connectivity. The Phantom Canyon variant will be the one characterized by the most optimized design and the only one to support a dedicated graphics card, 8K display and 4 monitor configurations. No details emerged regarding the prices of the new models.

BASIC TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS INTEL NUC 11
Intel Panther Canyon and Phantom Canyon

CPU Intel Core i3, i5, i7 Tiger Lake-U (28W)
Integrated Intel Xe Graphics
Graphics card dedicated only to Phantom Canyon
Dual-Channel RAM DDR4-3200 (max 64GB)
HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4
Support Quad Display and 8K only Phantom Canyon:
M.2 22 × 80/110 + M.2 22 × 80
PCIe x4 Gen3 NVMe
Intel Optane Memory M10 / H10 Ready
Thunderbolt 3
Intel 2.5G Ethernet
Intel Wireless-AX 201 (WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5)
Launch second half 2020

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