Intel has introduced a new modular computer to play video games.
This is the new Intel NUC Ghost Canyon that the company announced on January 6 within the framework of CES in Las Vegas. The new computer is of compact size – it has a volume of only 5 liters similar to that of a game console – although it is much larger than other NUC devices that we have seen in the past such as the NUC Hades Canyon.
This increase in size would also allow the device to offer better features for the most demanding players. And although Intel has not yet confirmed the full specifications of the new NUC Ghost Canyon, we know that it will have Core i9 processors, the integration of the “The Element” system that allows you to exchange components, update and replace them with ease, in addition to offering support for dedicated graphics cards.
The console has been previously filtered completely in the Chinese forum, Koolshare, but at the moment Intel has not officially provided this information and the release date or price for this device is also unknown. The company is expected to offer this information very soon.
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