Find your Intel® NUC Product Code on the product's box or on the bottom of the NUC chassis.
Your Intel® NUC Product Code contains several parts/suffixes, each of which has a definition and assignment. Use the Example table below to identify the different categories that each part of your Intel® NUC Product Code falls into. Then, refer to the Definition table to find all available values and their definitions.
|Package type||NUC Gen||CPU||Family||Form |
|Note||The above table only includes three Intel NUC Product Codes to demonstrate the categories each part/suffix value falls into. To find the full list of values, see the Definitions table below.|
|Product Code part/suffix||Description|
|Package Type||BOX or BX or R = Retail Box (single unit) |
BLK or B = Bulk Package
PP or P = Pre-Production sample
|NUC Gen||NUC Generation, corresponds to the Processor Generation|
|CPU||Processor type: |
A = Atom®
|Family||2-letter NUC Family Code|
|Form Factor||NUC form factor and storage type: |
B = Board only (no chassis, power supply, components, or accessories)
[For L7/L8/L9/L10 NUCs]
A = 256GB NVMe SSD, 1TB HDD, 16GB RAM
[For L10 NUCs only]
A = Windows® 10 Home
|AC Cord|| |
AC cord suffix:
<null> = no cord included
|Commercial||E - extended life cycle - for commercial NUCs only|
|Note||The above Definitions table lists all the current Product Code values for active Intel NUCs. If your Intel NUC Product Code is different, refer to our Support Site for more information. |
See product code information for an explanation of why there is an R or L at the end of some product codes.
1L10 - Intel® Mini PC's are supplied with storage, memory, and Operating System pre-installed.