A mini PC capable of 1920x1080 30fps gaming, and even 60fps in some titles, and that's with FULL DETAILS, not like the 1280x720 medium-high details of the 2400g. You can compare it to the 2400g, but you really can't since it is more akin to a dedicated card since it has its own memory...What's more, this is Intel's kit, this isn't a polished retail product.
TomsHardware backs up that sentiment...Maybe that's why AMD was down for the majority of the day today...
It's fair to say that the NUC8i7HVK is fast enough to deliver smooth frame rates at 1080p using high-quality settings in most games. If you want to run at a higher resolution or know your favorite games are more demanding than the ones we tested, then you may have to hold out for a return to normalcy with graphics card pricing. Otherwise, The NUC 8 VR's AMD Vega-based GPU comes close to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 in some of the platform-bound situations we discovered (and after overclocking).
Those would be some pretty decent numbers for a console type experience on a tv for pc gaming. Not bad at all.