Intel’s NUC mini-machine has been quietly updated to replace the new generation of “Frost Canyon” products. The Frost Canyon features Intel’s 10th-generation Core low voltage processor, the Comet Lake-U, with a 14nm process. Models include nUC10i7FN, configurations include Core i7-10710U SoC chip, 6-core 12 thread, 12MB L3, acceleration frequency 4.7GHz, core display frequency 1.15GHz, thermal design power consumption of 25W.
The low performance is the NUC10i5FN, replaced with a 4-core 8-threaded Core i5-10210U processor with an acceleration frequency of 4.2GHz, a core display frequency of 1GHz, 8MB L3, 25W thermal design power.
The most-in-the-top hiNUC10i3FN with a dual-core, four-threaded Core i3-10110U processor with an acceleration frequency of 4.1GHz, a core display frequency of 1GHz, 4MB L3, 25W thermal design power.
From the image, the front of the “Frost Canyon” includes a USB Type-C connector, a USB 3.2 interface and power keys, with HDMI 2.0, Gigaweb, two USB 3.2 and a Thunder bolt 3 on the back.
Foreign media said that “Frost Canyon” is scheduled to go on sale on December 12.