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Intel Rumored to Release i7-8086K to Celebrate 40 Years of the x86 CPU - [hardware]
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CPU-Z screencaps out of China suggest that Intel is preparing a new i7 processor to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original x86 chip, the 8086. Assuming this isn't a clever fake, the i7-8086K could be a 4.6GHz Coffee Lake part that manages 5GHz with Turbo Boost.
Considering the 8086's position as the Adam and Eve of all our gaming CPUs, it certainly deserves some recognition. With 29,000 transistors and a maximum clock speed of 5 to 10MHz, it was a serious processor. In fact, WikiChip's David Schor has been pleading with Intel to pitch the exact SKU mentioned in the Baidu posts since January.


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