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    Intel launches its Core G-series NUC ‘VR Machines’

    NUC8i7HVK and NUC8i7HNK are based around new 8th gen Intel Core / AMD Vega SoCs.
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    Re: Intel launches its Core G-series NUC ‘VR Machines’

    So in essence this is Intels take on a gaming console?
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    Re: Intel launches its Core G-series NUC ‘VR Machines’

    nice looking form factor, I am interested in seeing pricing for the 8809G

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    Re: Intel launches its Core G-series NUC ‘VR Machines’

    I'm guessing £600/£700 barebones? NUCs (and BRiX) are always exceptionally expensive.

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    Re: Intel launches its Core G-series NUC ‘VR Machines’

    Quote Originally Posted by daddacool View Post
    I'm guessing £600/£700 barebones? NUCs (and BRiX) are always exceptionally expensive.
    The rumoured $ prices are $799 and $999 barebones, so given current exchange rates I'd guess a minimum of £700 and £900...

    Then again, performance is going to be pretty good - if you were self building I think you'd be looking at around £500 for a CPU + GPU + mobo to match the performance, so once you factor in the the case & PSU, plus a premium for the very small form factor...

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