Intel Releases NUC 13 Extreme Mini Computer

Intel today released the new Intel NUC 13 Extreme kit (codenamed Raptor Canyon) and the Intel NUC 13 Extreme computing element, creating Intel's most powerful NUC computer to date. The NUC 13 Extreme is equipped with an unlocked 13th-generation Intel Core desktop processor and supports a new 3-slot 12-inch (about 304.8 mm) graphics card, bringing higher performance to game enthusiasts and content creators.

Intel says the NUC 13 Extreme mini PC has an optimized thermal design, exceptional performance, and features never seen before. The redesigned chassis optimizes airflow to not only maintain the NUC mini PC's signature compact form factor and footprint, but also to ensure users can reduce noise and control airflow during intense gaming, content creation, and other high-intensity workloads.

Powered by 13th Gen Intel i9 desktop processors, the modular Intel NUC 13 Extreme mini PC delivers incredible performance. This processor has up to 8 performance cores, 16 energy efficiency cores, 32 threads, and supports turbo frequencies up to 5.8 GHz.

The NUC 13 Extreme mini PC has all the additional features and connectivity gamers and content creators need, including:

  • Supports up to 64GB dual-channel DDR5-5600 MHz SODIMM memory.
  • Supports PCIe Gen5 x16 new 3-slot 12-inch graphics card.
  • Supports up to 3 PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSDs (M.2 2280).
  • Intel®  2.5GbE (i226-V)/10GbE (AQC113) LAN.
  • Intel®  Killer ™  Wi-Fi 6E.
  • 2 Thunderbolt ™  4 ports.
  • 6 rear USB 3.2 Gen2 ports.

The Intel NUC 13 Extreme mini computer will be the first to be launched in China, and it is planned to be released to a wider range of users in the fourth quarter of 2022 and to enter more markets in early 2023. The Intel NUC 13 Extreme Mini Computer Kit is priced between $1,179 and $1,549 (about 11,184 yuan), and the Intel NUC 13 Extreme computing element is priced between $760 and $1,100 (about 7,942 yuan).

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