Intel’s Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, has worked hard to miniaturize desktops over the last six years. Now, with the help of AMD’s Vega, its taking pint-sized performance to the next level.
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A recent review of an Intel Hades Canyon NUC reveals that it can run games at 1080p and Ultra graphics settings. It's based on a module that crams together Intel's processor cores, AMD Radeon graphics, and HBM2 dedicated memory.
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Intel’s line of mini NUC PCs is expanding into gaming. The first version, Skull Canyon, faltered at the starting line, but Intel is back with AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics. Can the new Hades Canyon accomplish what its predecessor couldn’t?
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