Assuming this is using a quality 650W, it is plenty for even a 3080Ti which is the highest TDP card you could fit in this. You're not going to get a 65w CPU plus the rest of the system up to 300W."That may not be sufficient to feed the more power-hungry graphics cards, though it's an upgrade over Ghost Canyon's modest 500W unit. On the other hand, the supported CPUs are all 65W or lower parts. "
How sure are we that this is locked at 65W? Considering that we see 11800H drawing over 90W when boosting, I believe it is highly possible that Intel may allow for a higher PL2 on this NUC.
True. The previous version looked really, really good.I'm sorry, but Ghost Canyon was a far more Aesthetically pleasing NUC design with several fundamental flaws.
This is several steps backwards in case design IMO, and all that ugly RGB rainbow puke with that tacky skull in the front.
Gamers also waste their money on tacky, ugly, pointless Rainbow LED puke that doesn't do anything for performance / function and turn their part into a Las Vegas Strip light show.Gamers seem to gravitate towards tacky and ugly, with all the LED's and such.