Intel NUC 10 has been exposed by some online retailers, and Frost Canyon is said to be the next major update to the NUC, with a 10-generation Comet Lake-U processor. @momomo_US indicates that, although details are currently missing, it appears that the series of NUcs will have a form that is approximately 4 x 4 size. The difference between the three versions is mainly reflected in three different processors: i7-10710U, i5-10210U, and i3-10110U.
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The first is the i7-10710U, which has a 6-core/12-thread design with a base frequency of only 1.1GHz, but a thermal design power consumption (TDP) of only 15W, and A.D.P. that can soar to 4.7GHz (maximum TDP 25W), with a benchmark score of 12985.
This is followed by the i5-10210U, which has a 4-core/8-thread design with a base frequency of 1.6GHz (which is much higher than the i7-10710U), a turbo 4.2GHz (which is lower than the i7-10710U), and a benchmark score of 8814.
Finally, the i3-10110U, the CPU is designed with a dual-core /4-thread, with a base frequency of 2.1GHz (significantly higher than i5-10210U), a turbo 4.1GHz (slightly below i5-10210U), and a benchmark score of 5930 for CPU Benchmark.
Intel NUC 10 is clearly not the main game market without a discrete graphics card, but the integrated core graphics card (the Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU that continues comet Lake) is sufficient to handle the connection and running of routine tasks for multiple monitors.
NUC 10 is currently available for booking on the BLT website, but retailers have not disclosed an official launch date.