The new NUC, equipped with the i7-12700H, is the most powerful product offered by the company.
Mini PCs manufactured by Intel NUC have always been reliable machines, particularly in terms of their central processing units (CPU).
Now, the company is releasing the most powerful NUC it has produced to this point.
The Core i7-12700H and Arc A770M GPU found in the O NUC 12 Serpent Canyon are the most advanced graphics processing units (GPUs) available in Intel’s Arc Alchemist product line. Both components come from Intel.
We are aware that the processing power of the new NUC is superior to that of previous models because the i7-1165G7 is included in the top model.
But when it comes to graphics chips, we aren’t so sure, because the previous model came equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060, and we still don’t know if an Arc A770M is superior to NVIDIA’s GPU.
This is why we can’t say for certain that the new model will have better graphics chips. The question remains unanswered.
The combination of an Intel CPU and GPU ought to become increasingly prevalent.
In keeping with tradition, Intel NUC hardware is derived from mobile variants. It is an SKU that comes standard with well-built gaming notebooks, as well as a very powerful CPU in its own right, with 14 cores (6P+8E), 20 threads, and a frequency of 4.7 GHz.The i7-12700H has these specifications, and it operates at this speed.
Although there have been rumors that Intel will release an A780, the Intel Arc A770M GPU is currently the company’s highest-end SKU, and it makes full use of the power provided by the ACM-G10 chip.
This graphics processing unit (GPU) features 32 Xe cores, 4096 shading units (cores), and 16 GB of GDDR6 memory that can transfer data at 16 Gbps.
The graphics processing unit (GPU) has 32 processing cores that are dedicated to ray tracing.
There are ports for audio connections, USB 3.2 Type-A, Thunderbolt 4, 2.5G Ethernet, HDMI, and DisplayPort on the NUC Serpent Canyon itself, which has the same familiar design as the other NUC models. At this time, there is no information available regarding pricing or availability.
In recent hectic days, Intel has been hard at work releasing its first graphics cards to customers all over the world.
The first desktop Arc GPUs are only currently available in the Chinese market, and early benchmark results have not been favorable to Intel. However, this may change in the near future.
On the other hand, although Alder Lake processors have only been on the market for a short while, Intel is planning to launch the 13th generation of its Intel Core central processing units later on in this semester.
We only have access to unofficial information regarding what the Raptor Lakes will be capable of doing, specifically with regard to the processors that will compete with the seventh generation of AMD Ryzen Raphael.