ASUS has finally unveiled its much anticipated Mini Gaming PC; The ROG NUC. The Core Ultra 185H processor, part of the flagship Meteor Lake-H series, has been officially confirmed to power the ROG NUC. With up to 16 cores and 22 threads, it boasts a boost clock of up to 5.1 GHz. Notably, among the Core Ultra lineup, the 185H is distinctive for its default 45W TDP.
Additionally, the Core Ultra 9 model features Xe-Cores using the Arc Xe-LPG architecture for robust graphics capabilities. However, ASUS has chosen to elevate the graphical performance in this particular product by integrating discrete GeForce RTX 4060 and 4070 Laptop GPUs. These GPUs come with a TGP (Total Graphics Power) of 115W, supporting Dynamic Boost up to 140W. Similarly, the CPU has the ability to boost up to 65W.
The system features a chassis with a tool-free design, allowing users to easily exchange memory and storage components. For memory, it utilizes DDR5-5600 memory in the mobile SODIMM form factor. The ROG NUC provides flexibility, allowing it to be positioned either horizontally or vertically according to user preferences.
Capable of accommodating up to four 4K monitors, the system caters not only to gaming but also to business or power users. ASUS has not yet officially revealed any additional specifications or pricing details at this time.