CLX collaborates with Intel to design a high-performance gaming + live broadcast host

Intel demonstrated a high-performance "game + live broadcast" host designed in cooperation with CLX in a live event. The main body of this host uses a Lian-Li chassis, with a built-in ROG Z690 Formula motherboard and i9-12900K and RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards. The CLX uses Intel's NUC 12 Extreme Compute Module (with an i9-12900 processor inside) to combine two PCs into one custom PC.

This CLX and Intel's custom PC are achieved by installing the Intel NUC computing module into the PCIe slot of the chassis, and the two PCs are responsible for gaming and live to stream respectively, thereby reducing the burden on the gaming PC. This single-chassis design saves space compared to using two PCs individually.

The NUC 12 Extreme computing module is currently used in Intel's own Beast Canyon NUC. Intel will provide computing kits for OEMs, and some second-hand platforms can also buy computing kits.

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