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|Memory Slots||2 x SO-DIMM|
|Processor||Intel Core i7-6770HQ Quad-Core|
|Base Clock Speed||2.6 GHz|
|Max Boost Speed||3.5 GHz|
|L3 Cache||6 MB|
|Memory Type||2133 MHz DDR4 SDRAM|
|Graphics Card||Intel Iris Pro Graphics 580|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.3 x 5.8 x 4.7"|
|Package Weight||3.5 lb|
|Display||1 x HDMI1 x Mini DisplayPort|
|Audio||1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone/Microphone Combo JackS/PDIF|
|Flash Media Slot||SDXC|
|Ports||1 x Thunderbolt 34 x USB 3.0|
|Power Supply||120 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||8.3 x 4.6 x 1.1" / 210.8 x 116.8 x 27.9 mm|
|Network||1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45)|
The Intel NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK is completely revamped and rivals might have a hard time chasing it for a very long time. It raises the bar in the mini-PC category with Intel Core i7 processor and Iris Pro Graphics, completely changing the things a tiny PC can do including content creation and 1080p...
Can seamless perform content-creation without hurdles. Iris Pro Graphics 580 suffice for 1080p on most recent games. Sports a bunch of high-end hardware and features.
The plastic design feels less sturdy than older NUCs that had aluminum.
As much as we love our powerful gaming PCs at TechSpot, we also appreciate the little things, such as the recently reviewed MSI Cubi 2 Plus or Asrock DeskMini 110 . Both of these systems have a small footprint, adhering to Intel's mini-STX standard and boasting capacities under 2L.
Quad-core i7-6770HQ delivers snappy productivity performance in a 0.68L package. Solid connectivity options including Thunderbolt 3.0.
Integrated graphics still only good for casual gaming and external GPUs will be limited to PCIe 3.0 x4 bandwidth. Pricier, hotter and louder than rival units.
Muddled by confused marketing, the Skull Canyon NUC is an excellent mini PC for productivity with some light gaming on the side.
We're big fans of the NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK for HTPC use, more so than any previous NUC, especially if you eventually might want to use your PC for anything more than casual PC gaming.
Top Intel integrated graphics solution in a slim chassis, Swappable "skull" and "plain" lids, Dual M.2 SSD slots, supporting NVMe-capable SSDs, Support for emerging external graphics boxes via Thunderbolt 3 port
External Thunderbolt 3 graphics boxes not yet a market-proven concept
Bit too loud a machine
Without doubt this is the best portable mini pc on the market. It is a workhorse better than I ever expected and it can really be pushed to extreme levels. Couple this with a Razer core and you have a beast of a product. I currently use this as my home pc with a Razer core / 1080 card.
You are your own computer enthusiast.
Amazing Machine with one major inconvenience. I'm in love with this machine and it is very powerful and was tested on heavy Autocad files that demands a strong machine and the same files almost failed to even open on any other machine around with normal high specs.
I think this could make laptops obsoulete
This PC is one of the fastest I've ever used, and I like the compact size...more computing power in a smaller package is definitely a plus! Runs Windows 10 and all my applications.
I use mine for Windows Server testing, development, and PowerShell automation testing for work projects. Since I've switched to all macOS/iOS gear everywhere else in the house for video work (FCPX) and just liking the OS in general, I needed something reliable and small to host Hyper-V virtual...
Powerhouse in a small package.
very hard to set up
This version of the NUC has surpassed all of my expectations. The included Corei7 processor is beastly, even though its last gen. I've noticed many complaints like: "DOA", "won't boot OS", and "only 1 of 2 SSDs works".