Images of Intel's Crimson Canyon NUC have lastly surfaced. WinFuture managed to get their arms on one which's powered by an Intel Core i3-8121U dual-core processor primarily based on the Cannon Lake structure. The NUCs include 4 GB or 8 GB of memory, a 2.5-inch arduous drive, built-in Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The Crimson Canyon NUC additionally features a discrete AMD Radeon graphics card. The "Radeon 500-series" reference in one of many screenshots together with the "2GB of GDDR5" on the packaging takes us to the conclusion that Intel is most certainly integrating a Polaris-based graphics card into the Crimson Canyon NUC. It is extremely unlikely that we'll discover the CPU and GPU on the identical chip just like the one within the Hades Canyon NUC. As a substitute, the GPU will in all probability be soldered instantly to the motherboard itself. The Intel Core i3-8121U fashions (NUC8I3CYSM2 and NUC8I3CYSM3) begin round 450 euros, which roughly interprets to $550. There was no point out when they are going to be out there although.
Source : TechPowerUp