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Intel will launch an anniversary processor with a turbo speed of 5 GHz

IT | Jun 1, 2018 | Master3395

Soon it is 40 years since 8086 was introduced.

The VideoChardz website writes that retailers have begun bringing up Intel i7-8086K in the range.

Turbo at 5 GHz
On June 8, 1978, Intel launched the iconic 8086 processor and it is the one honored with a new launch. According to reports, this jubilee process will actually be more powerful than the i7-8700K top processor, which has clock speeds of 3.7 GHz (base) and 4.7 GHz (turbo), respectively.

i7-8086K clocks at 4.0 GHz (base) and full 5.0 GHz in the turbo, writes the site. Otherwise, the two processors share similar features as 12 threads, 12 MB L3 cache memory, LGA 1151-2 socket and a 14-nanometer process. The number of kernels is not confirmed but is likely to be six.

Price wise, the newcomer appears to be somewhat more expensive than i7-8700K. Some online stores have set a price of $ 480, which in the US is $ 70 more than i7-8700K. In Norway, the latter processor starts at around 3400 kroner.

Keywords: intel, hardware

Sources: VideoChardz

Author: Master3395

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