Intel Braswell-based NUC spotted

The new NUC5CPYH based on Celeron N3050

Intel has been putting a lot of effort in its Next Unit of Computing (NUC) lineup and the recently leaks shows two new Intel NUC SKUs based on Intel Braswell CPUs.

Spotted inside a PDF file, the two new Intel NUC SKUs, the NUC5CPYH and the NUCNUC5PPYH, will both be based on Intel's 14nm Airmont architecture with Braswell CPU core architecture. While most of the design is the same and despite having a low 6W TDP, mostly thanks to 14nm Braswell CPUs, the two new Intel NUC SKUs will still be actively cooled.

According to details, the Intel NUC5PPYH is based on a Pentium N3700 CPU, a quad-core Braswell CPU with 2MB of L2 cache, 1.6GHz base and 2.4GHZ CPU clock. It lacks Intel's Hyper-Threading support, supports DDR3L-1600 memory in dual-channel mode and comes with Intel Gen 8-LP IGP with 16 EUs.

The Intel NUC5CPYH is based on a Celeron N3050, a dual-core mobile Celeron Braswell CPU working at 1.6GHz base and 2167MHz CPU Turbo clocks. It has 1MB of L2 cache, also lacks Hyper-Threading support and support DDR3L-1600 memory and comes with a slightly less powerful Intel Gen 8-LP GPU with 12 EUs.

The connectivity side includes usual four USB 3.0 ports, TOSLINK optical digital audio output, SDXC card reader, HDMI and optional VGA outputs, as well as Ethernet port.

According to, the price should fall under US $180 and US $140, respectively. Both should be officially launched on June 8th.


News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Paul Görnhardt - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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