Intel's new Viper Canyon is on the market

Intel's latest Viper Canyon mini-host is now on the shelves, with i7-12700H + A770M graphics card barebones configuration, priced at 10,999 yuan, and the starting price on October 14 is 9,999 yuan.

The old Phantom Canyon NUC is equipped with an 11th-generation Core i7-1165G7 + RTX 2060 graphics card. The barebones configuration has now been reduced to 6499 yuan, and it is expected to coexist with Viper Canyon for a while.

The Phantom Canyon NUC will be launched in China in early 2021, with a starting price of 7,999 yuan for the barebones system.

The logo of the Phantom Canyon NUC Skull is centered. In terms of interfaces, Phantom Canyon can connect four 4K displays through HDMI, mDP, and two Thunderbolt 4, as well as 6 USB 3.2 Gen2 interfaces. The network port has changed from the dual network port of the previous generation to a single 2.5G network port, and the SD card slot on the front supports a UHS-II SD card.

Phantom Canyon has two built-in M.2 ports, one is a SATA-compatible M.2 2280 slot, and the other is an M.2 22110 slot that supports server SSDs. There are two memory slots, supporting up to 64GB DDR4-3200. Phantom Canyon has high cooling specifications, two large 12V fans, dual heat pipes for the CPU, three heat pipes for graphics cards, and a heat pipe to conduct heat for the video memory, and the size of the cooling fins is also large.

Compared with the latest Viper Canyon, the quad-core low-voltage processor of Phantom Canyon lags behind significantly. The theoretical performance of RTX 2060 is also lower than that of A770M, but the compatibility for games will be better.

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