Not long ago, Intel’s NUC “Snake Canyon” detailed parameters were made public. This 2.5-liter NUC can put down a maximum of i7-12700H processor, as well as a sharp, dazzling A770M 16GB graphics card. Today, a netizen released the graphics score of the Snake Canyon, this piece of RuiXiao A770M closed the score optimization, in the 3DMark TimeSpy still got 10,793 results, successfully surpassed the notebook side of the RTX 3060 graphics card.
The A770M is the flagship model of Intel’s mobile graphics card, with a full-blooded 32 Xe cores, 32 optical chasing units, 256-bit 16GB GDDR6 memory, and an official power consumption range of 120-150W.
The A770M, which scores better than the RTX 3060, and the i7-12700H, which is the “standard” combination for high-end gaming notebooks, mean that the Giant Snake Canyon is only 2.5 liters in size, making the performance as good as the current mainstream gaming notebooks.
Unlike the hardware configuration overhaul, the Snake Canyon does not make drastic changes in appearance.
The entire design of the Giant Snake Canyon can be erected (with a bracket), can be laid horizontally, there are cooling holes all around and a cooling grill on the back, the design of the shell is still replaceable pattern has also been continued.
The interface is rich, the front panel has an SDXC card reader, Thunderbolt 4, 3.5mm headset, USB-A, the rear has four USB-A, 2.5G RJ-45 network port, Thunderbolt 4, 3.5mm, HDMI 2.1, and for the first time added DP 2.0 interface.