Intel NUC Mini-PC powered by Radeon 540 DDR5

Want to have a PC but don't want to be confused with the size and place? You can try the best performance with the latest minimal size Intel NUC Mini-PC!

Intel has recently released an Intel NUC Mini-PC and the latest Intel NUC Kit known as Crimson Canyon and Bean Canyon.

Intel NUC itself is a mini PC device that is very small, which is 4 × 4 inches that can be placed on the table, without having to spend space.

Although Intel NUC has a very small size, but has the best performance and is quite fierce for home theater, home office or even entry-level gaming.

There are two types that you can choose, namely the Intel NUC Mini-PC and the Intel NUC Kit. What is the difference between the two?

Intel NUC Mini-PC is a mini PC that has fixed specifications, which has been optimized by Intel.

Unlike the Intel NUC Kit, where Intel provides an opportunity for its users, to be able to make free modifications by users.

Intel NUC Mini-PC itself has sufficient specifications. Powered by an Intel i3 10nm processor, 4 GB RAM and Radeon 540 graphics card that has 2 GB of dedicated DDR5 memory.

Whereas for the Intel NUC Kit, it has been strengthened with various 8th generation Intel iCore processors. Both Intel core i3, i5, i7.

The Intel NUC Kit is also equipped with USB 3.1 Thunderbolt technology, so you can make modifications to external graphics cards, with the addition of the Razer Core.

Intel NUC Kit can also be installed RAM with a maximum of up to 32GB. This makes it possible for users to modify more freely.

For Intel NUC Mini-PC there are 2 types of models, namely Intel Mini-PC NUC8i3CYSM and NUC8i3CYSN. Both have the same specifications, only differ in RAM size.

While for the Intel NUC Kit there are 5 types of models, namely Intel NUC Kit NUC8i7BEH, NUC8i5BEH, NUC8i5BEK, NUC8i3BEH and NUC8i3BEK.

It's just that, if we refer to the Intel site. For Intel NUC Mini-PC, there is indeed no price set by Intel, while for Intel NUC Kit, prices are charged around 299 - 499 USD.

Both are very suitable for PC users who do not want to bother with the size of the place.

No need to worry about using games. Because Intel's NUC Mini-PC, has been able to play various mainstream games like CS: GO, DOTA 2, League of Legends and so on!