Intel is developing a NUC desktop with a triple-slot GPU

By Aashish Verma

With their brand-new NUC 13 Extreme "Raptor Canyon" PC, Intel will permit the graphics card, processor, and memory to be updated.


NUC 13 Extreme "Raptor Canyon" models will include 13th Gen "K" unlocked SKUs, including the Intel Core i9-13900K, Core i7-13700K, and Core i5-13600K.

Name of New PC

Raptor Canyon is the name of Intel's next-generation NUC 13 system, named after the 'CPU Raptor Lake' that will be included in it.

Graphic Card

Along with full-length PCIe x16 graphics card capability, the NUC will have a 13.9-liter chassis, which is a >50% increase in size over the current Eden Bay Compute Element.

GPU Support

The new Intel NUC 13 Extreme will have space for three-slot GPUs.

Intel Graphic Card

Given that the NUC 13 Extreme computers will be ready by then, Intel will undoubtedly advertise its own Arc discrete graphics cards with them.

Shrike Bay

The most recent NUC 13 Extreme Compute Element, Shrike Bay, will be found within the NUC 13 Extreme "Raptor Canyon" Mini PC.

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