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Intel Announces CPU Which Turbo Boosts To 5 GHz
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https://www.techpowerup.com/244673/intel...-processor
Quote:Intel is commemorating 40 years of its 8086 processor, the spiritual ancestor of the x86 machine architecture that rules modern computing, with a special edition socket LGA1151 processor, dubbed Core i7-8086K. The chip appears to feature a nominal clock speed of 4.00 GHz, with a maximum Turbo Boost frequency of 5.00 GHz, making it the first mainstream desktop processor from Intel to hit the 5.00 GHz mark, out of the box.
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I hear Intel is having problems with the 10nm process. They are in hot water. AMD is coming on strong.
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GN reports that Intel will be using TIM in this CPU: https://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/3315...ihs-rumors
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https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-...37193.html
Quote:Intel announced that it is releasing the Core i7-8086K, a special edition processor that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the 8086, which debuted as the first x86 processor on June 8, 1978. Intel confirmed rumors that the processor will feature a 5.0 GHz turbo frequency, which is a record frequency for Intel's modern processors. In addition, the company also announced that it will give away 8,086 of the processors in a sweepstakes, which you can enter at http://www.intel.com/8086sweepstakes.

Word of the 40th-anniversary processor leaked last week due to listings at several retailers, and follow-up reports speculated that Intel would only produce 50,000 units. Our sources have confirmed that this is a limited-edition chip, so Intel isn't positioning it against AMD's competing Ryzen processors.

The Core i7-8086K is widely thought to be a binned Core i7-8700K, and like all K-series processors, it will have an unlocked multiplier to facilitate overclocking and will not come with a bundled heatsink. The processor does leverage Intel's UHD Graphics 630 integrated graphics.
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i7-8086K is on sale now for around $425 at Amazon and Newegg: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-...37262.html
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