Legit Reviews have been checking out the Intel Hades Canyon NUC8i7HVK NUC - here's a snippet;\n\n[QUOTE]The model that we’ll be taking a look at today is the flagship 100 Watt model called the NUC8i7HVK. This model has an Intel Core i7-8809G ‘Kaby Lake G’ 4-core, 8-thread processor that runs at 3.10 GHz base clock with a 4.20 GHz max turbo frequency. This processor has 16 PCIe lanes, however eight of those lanes are permanently dedicated to the Radeon Vega M GH GPU that is embedded onto the same PCB as the processor. The AMD Radeon Vega M GH GPU has 24 compute cores running at a base clock of 1063 MHz and a boost clock of up to 1190 MHz. 4GB of HBM2 memory running at 800MHz on the 1024-bit memory bit allows for 204.88 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The nice thing about this discrete graphics solution is that Intel left the processor graphics intact, so you still have Intel HD Graphics 630 (350 MHz base/1.1 GHz boost) available for use. This means you can connect up to 6 displays off the NUC thanks to the two Mini-DisplayPort 1.2, two Thunderbolt 3 and two HDMI 2.0a front and rear facing ports. If you’ve ever needed or dreamed about being able to run 6 panels from on tiny small form factor system, Hades Canyon is the answer to those needs.[/QUOTE]\n\n[ATTACH=full]2399[/ATTACH] \n\nRead more [URL='http://www.legitreviews.com/intel-hades-canyon-nuc8i7hvk-nuc-review-radeon-rx-vega-m-gpu_204024']here[/URL].