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    Intel prepares 'Quartz Canyon' Xeon powered NUC Workstation

    Diminutive chassis still has room for a PCIe x16 slot for a discrete graphics card.
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    Re: Intel prepares 'Quartz Canyon' Xeon powered NUC Workstation

    Uh, why? I cannot see any use case that needs a high powered workstation where you can't just bung a full tower under the desk. If you really want portability, then you'll be better served with a laptop (one of the ones packing a desktop ryzen chip if you need compute, or one of the options with professional graphics if you need to run fancy rendering in CAD)

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    Re: Intel prepares 'Quartz Canyon' Xeon powered NUC Workstation

    Lots of use cases, starting with desks in central London offices, offsite kits where you need headless CPU power, and my (small) desk at home.

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