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In review: Intel NUC11PHKi7C Phantom Canyon mini PC. Test unit provided by IntelPhantom Canyon is proof that Intel has moved on from Kaby Lake-G. Gone is the novelty of an Intel-AMD chipset in favor of more off-the-shelf processors and VRAM modules common...
more consistent driver support than Hades Canyon, 2x M.2 SSDs, 2x SODIMM (M.2 22110 support), acceptable noise levels when gaming, three-year warranty standard, wide array of integrated ports, high performance-per-watt, removable LED plate, fast SD card r...
slightly thicker and heavier than Hades Canyon, two types of screwdrivers required to service, more power-hungry than Hades Canyon, very large power brick, pricey
Intel has quietly introduced a boatload of 11th Gen NUC products (NUC 11 series) with Tiger Lake processors inside. There are 44 new models in all, spread across Intel's Pro, Performance, and Enthusiast spectrum. We are not going to cover all 44 NUC syste...