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I don't know, i think this version on Intels NUC and the backing of some case manufactures, we could so some cool pre-builds or cases, espcially since alot of this stop will be sold as barebones as well as complete systems.

My question is what will be the final price on this stuff, and most importantly performance of these mobile cpus (Temps/Clocks/Throttling/Benchmarks) compared to laptops and desktop counterparts.

If the price and performance was right id consider it...

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I think this has legs. Unlike earlier NUCs this has more complete modularity and Discrete GPUs so will appeal to a wider enthusiast and living room gaming crowd.
the timing works with interest in SFF growing well, and the NUC element makes component switching and airflow much more straightforward.
Keen to see which variants show up over the next year, and whether Zotac and Gigabyte who have various SFF offerings jump onboard also...

Downside for enthusiasts of course is a soldered CPU rather than socketed, so the success of the platform will likely dictate whether future gen processers are offered in the 'element' form factor.
Having said that, if Intel do drop support, the 'element' system card itself would be easy enough to replicate for an OEM with a H 45W part....

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Quote: Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post
I don't know, i think this version on Intels NUC and the backing of some case manufactures, we could so some cool pre-builds or cases, espcially since alot of this stop will be sold as barebones as well as complete systems.

My question is what will be the final price on this stuff, and most importantly performance of these mobile cpus (Temps/Clocks/Throttling/Benchmarks) compared to laptops and desktop counterparts.

If the price and performance was right id consider it...
The prices are up there. During the GN teardown of the Cooler Master case one.....can't remember the name of the company, the i9 2080ti was over $2,500...want to say 2,670. The other issue I see is thermal throttling from these.
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The prices are up there. During the GN teardown of the Cooler Master case one.....can't remember the name of the company, the i9 2080ti was over $2,500...want to say 2,670. The other issue I see is thermal throttling from these.

definitely will throttle with the bad gpu ventilation and really small cpu heatsink

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Quote: Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post

My question is what will be the final price on this stuff, and most importantly performance of these mobile cpus (Temps/Clocks/Throttling/Benchmarks) compared to laptops and desktop counterparts.
Thats what I am thinking, it looks cool and all, but NUC hardware does not usually come to mind when one thinks of a gaming machine. Hopefully we're talking the 8/16 intel was revealing that can do (supposedly) 5ghz.

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Thats what I am thinking, it looks cool and all, but NUC hardware does not usually come to mind when one thinks of a gaming machine. Hopefully we're talking the 8/16 intel was revealing that can do (supposedly) 5ghz.
it's a bottom of the barrel bin 9900K, it's not going to get 5G

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The NUC is still kinda mehh, but its going in the right direction. Issue i have with it, is that its the mobo/cpu/ram/storage module is basically everything... that's the computer. You are still having to plug the power supplies directly to that module. Whats left... a bridge so you can run the mobo and small graphics card in parallel. Its a standardized form factor which is cool i guess... its a step in the right direction, but i still dont see the value of it yet. I guess the piece they are missing is the power being separate connectors. Changing anything isn't a simple slide in and out. I also feel the SSD should be separated. Easy swapping, perhaps even hot swapping of storage modules. I would also like to see ram separated from the mobo, but that probably will create a MASSIVE performance hit. If I upgrade the machine, dont make me canabalize it so i can migrate pieces for it. Your paying a premium to simplify things, but it doesn't seem that simple.



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