FanlessTech tweets an alleged Intel roadmap

FanlessTech tweets an alleged Intel roadmap

News media FanlessTech tweeted an alleged Intel roadmap that revealed potential specifications for the chipmaker’s forthcoming NUC 11 product.

NUC 11 Extreme (code-named Phantom Canyon) and NUC 11 Performance (code-named Panther Canyon) appear to be leveraging Intel’s future 11th-generation Core Tiger Lake-U (TGL-U) processors. If the information is correct, the first will only apply to Core i7 and Core i5 components, while the latter will apply to Core i3 SKUs.

A quick review is that Tiger Lake is expected to be manufactured using an improved 10nm ++ process and has a combination of Willow Cove core and Gen12 Xe graphics. In addition to the obvious upgrade to Gen12 graphics, Tiger Lake is also said to have increased L3 cache by up to 50% compared to Lake Ice.

Despite the promising outlook for Tiger Lake’s integrated graphics, Intel will still provide buyers with the option to mount a discrete graphics card in the device. We assume that Intel may wish to place its standalone graphics card in Phantom Canyon. However, the leaked roadmap claims that the “Phantom Canyon” (probably located in a 1.35-liter case) comes with independent graphics options from third-party manufacturers.

Black Panther Canyon will be available in 0.5 and 0.7 liters. The reduced space means that Tiger Lake’s Gen12 solution will have to assume all graphics tasks, as discrete graphics cards have no noticeable spacing.

As previously reported, both NUC 11 have similar connectivity options. They may be equipped with 2.5G Ethernet ports, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 coverage. However, the two devices support PCIe 4.0 differently. According to reports, Phantom Canyon provides PCIe 4.0 support for graphics while retaining the old PCIe 3.0 interface for NVMe SSDs. Black Panther Canyon, on the other hand, will have a PCIe 4.0 slot for solid-state storage, as it will not hold any graphics cards.

According to the road map, Phantom Canyon and Black Panther Canyon are scheduled to land in the second half of this year. However, FanlessTech emphasized that the roadmap dates back to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). It is unclear whether NUC 11 production has been severely affected. With the development of the technology industry, Intel’s NUC 11 time to market may be later than expected.

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