Intel NUC Board/Kit NUC7i3DN
Technical Product Specification
Intel NUC Board NUC7i3DN may contain design defects or errors known as errata that may cause the product to deviate from published
specifications. Current characterized errata, if any, are documented in Intel NUC Board NUC7i3DN Specification Update. Revision History
Revision Revision History Date
100 First release of the Intel NUC Board/Kit NUC7i3DN Technical Product Specification September 2017
101 Additional Specifications September 2017
102 Clarifying Specifications October 2017
103 Additional Explanations January 2018
104 Added Clarifications February 2018
105 Added clarifications for supported technologies June 2018
106 Added additional Intel NUC Kit information June 2018
107 Added clarification to Wireless information in Feature Summary section September 2018
108 Specification Clarification October 2018
109 Specification Clarification November 2018
110 Specification Clarification November 2018
111 Added section 2.5.2 - Weights February 2019
112 Updated image for section 2.2.4 to show correct pin 1 position October 2019
113 Specification Clarification October 2019
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