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The Intel Ghost Canyon is a fantastic mini gaming PC, which packs a surprising amount of power considering its tiny size. However, that miniature form factor comes at a high cost, demanding a few hundred quid more than full-size gaming PCs with similar sp...
Fantastic miniature design, Great gaming performance, Oodles of upgrading potential,
Ridiculously expensive, Limited graphics card options, Misses out on Intel 10th Gen CPUs,
The Intel NUC 9 is in many ways a stunning bit of kit. It's impressively small, while also giving you plenty of configuration options. It's also the first NUC that can have a GPU installed, allowing it to handle games and graphically-intensive tasks. Howe...
Great design, Compact, Good performance, Upgradable
Very expensive, Gaming performance isn't all that, Large compared to previous NUCs
We must start this conclusion by giving Intel a large slice of credit for offering something truly new and unique. The Intel NUC 9 Extreme and its internal Compute Element card are genuinely different and are hopefully a sign of positivity for the future...
Ultra-compact sub-5L chassis, Strong performance from the Core i9-9980HK and RTX 2070-class GPU, Excellent M.2 SSD support, Dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, Superb build quality and strong ease of installation, Cable-less fan installation is truly smart, Good co...
Too expensive, Laptop CPU is not as quick as alternative SFF/laptop options – Ryzen 4000 or desktop mITX chips, Limited to 8-inch graphics cards, Only Gigabit Ethernet, Gambling on Intel's future upgradability for the ecosystem, Fan cycling under low load...
The Intel NUC 9 Extreme Kit (Ghost Canyon) is a pricey barebones PC that fits a discrete GPU. The Compute Element with mobile Intel CPU makes for an exciting new form factor, though...