Alleged Intel Core i7-8086K 40th Anniversary Processor Leaked and Benchmarked – 6c/12t , 5.1 ghz !

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  1. hmscott

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    Hey, nice find, finally found a 8086k @ 5.3ghz :)

    It was at 1.44v and thermal throttling on water cooling, but at least they got a benchmark run out of it. Too bad no power consumption measurement to compare to "boxed 8086k". And, no gaming benchmarks at 5.3ghz either - just "boxed 8086k", probably not stable enough at 5.3ghz to get reliable results.

    It's all down to tuning, and delidding too - anyone notice that Silicon Lottery has stopped selling non-delidded CPU's?

    I used to recommend getting the top available bin of non-delidded SL CPU and delid it yourself for much cheaper than a higher bin delidded sku - usually you can get another step or 2 up in OC by delidding.

    Now all of Silicon Lottery's 8700k / 8086k CPU's are delidded only.
    Silicon Lottery CPUs all delidded only.JPG
     
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    yep theyve had that for a while now @delidded only. people were asking for pre-delidded cpus to be covered under warranty since most if not all SL customers would go ahead and delid their cherry picked cpu anyways.
     
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    Nice rant...but...for 'real' user data...

    We are consistently getting 5.1GHz at 1.2v static, on all 6 Cores, with temps below 90C. This is locked on all 6 Cores with the @Prema BIOS. These are stock Intel® Core™ i7-8086K 6 Core – 12 Thread Processors, not Silicon Lottery.

    Ok...fire away...I am ready for your next wall of text and other FUD.
     
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    that is veeery sweet. especially since ive found my p95 + avx thermal limit at exactly 1.2V VCore on my SL 7700K (still without thermal throttling) :) at that VCore, itll "just" do 4.8 Ghz though :p 5.1 i can do stable without any crashes as well, but just for benching. anything AVX or transcoding long-term and temps go out of control.
     
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    Its been a "u" shape, on the first batches chip makers tend to be pickier and use the most premium wafers to help avoid production issues. Then as time goes on the production line does get optimised but the clock rate may not reach first batch levels again (the yields and cost for Intel will be much better though ;) )

    See the charts, for most people it's not worth the extra but for a tweaker in a thermally limited environment where you can't just slap on a water cooler then it's a nice boost.
     
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    Core i7-8700K Overclocked to 7.34 GHz (3c/3t) on Z270 Chipset, Bags SuperPi Record
    by btarunr Jul 3rd 23:14 Discuss (65 Comments)
    German professional overclocker Dancop got the Intel Core i7-8700K processor to work on an ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex (Z270) motherboard, something that's not supposed to work. CPU-Z screenshots seem to confirm this unholy union between the 6-core "Coffee Lake" processor and a 200-series chipset motherboard, using a custom "0084" BIOS dated 11th June, 2018. Dancop then proceeded to overclock the chip to 7344 MHz using extreme cooling, and 2x 8 GB (dual-channel) DDR4-4000 memory. This bench-stable build was then used to bag a SuperPi 32M world-record.
     
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    unholy union my a$$ :rolleyes: THAT is how its supposed to be! and looking forward to 9th series CPUs on Z170 boards! :p :D
     
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    Intel i7 8086K vs Ryzen 7 2700X Showdown - Is Stock 5GHz Worth It?
    Tech Showdown
    Published on Jul 11, 2018
    Today we compare the Intel i7 8086K, 8700k, and the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPU's in a productivity & gaming benchmark showdown!
     
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    Live: Overclocking i7-8086K Past 5GHz
    Gamers Nexus
    Streamed live 5 hours ago
    This is our tenth live stream! We are overclocking the Intel i7-8086K CPU past 5GHz. Tune-in to see how far we can go!

    The Untold Story of Liquid Metal: 8086K Power, Noise, & Thermals
    Gamers Nexus
    Published on Jul 12, 2018
    We tell the 'untold story' of liquid metal, showing how we can use delidding to cut noise levels perceptually in half.
    We delidded the Intel i7-8086K and overclocked it, applyling Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut liquid metal as a cooling solution instead of thermal paste. For this testing, we'll walk through i7-8086K (and 8700K) volt-frequency results, thermals, power consumption when stock and overclocked (5GHz, 5.1GHz, 5.2GHz, etc), and noise reduction as a result of liquid metal application.
    Article is forthcoming.
     
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