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

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  1. jaybee83

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    who cares? we will switch that off anyways and continue with our regular overclocking program. business as usual :p
     
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    i7-8086K delidded and overclocked to 7244 MHz - Computex 2018
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    Published on Jun 6, 2018
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Intel charge $200 usd for that feature for i9 Mobile. If this being reality, don’t be upset if Intel will demand a few bucks extra for coming 8 core LGA. Mooore features means you will have to pay more than needed. And from what I have read of rumors that 8 cores will be branded i9:oops:
     
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    yep, read that as well @i9 branding. still, they cant just charge whatever they want now that AMD is back in the game :)
     
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    Lol GN spent all of 14 seconds discussing 8086K ( @ 10:17)

     
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    Intel's Latest Cash Grab Stunt - The 8086k Review
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    Published on Jun 17, 2018
     
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    Silicon Lottery numbers on the 8086K binning are up:

    8700K vs. 8086K (% of cpus able to reach stable clocks)
    4.9 Ghz - 99 % vs. 100 %
    5.0 Ghz - 86 % vs. 100 %
    5.1 Ghz - 50 % vs. 92 %
    5.2 Ghz - 17 % vs. 60 %
    5.3 Ghz - few and far between / < 1 % vs. 14 %

    Overall Average: 5053 Mhz 8700K vs. 5166 Mhz 8086K = +2.2 % / +113 Mhz
    Overall Median: 5100 Mhz 8700K vs. 5200 Mhz 8086K = +2.0 % / +100 Mhz

    Link: https://siliconlottery.com/collections/all

    so looks like Intel kept all the good 8700K cpus to themselves until now.... :p on average one can expect to reach about one multi higher with the 8086K vs. the "regular" 8700K.
     
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    They harvested them over the last few months, recently the 8700k numbers have actually improved. But i'd rather pay intel £30 for that binning than a random company twice as much as the CPU retails for.
     
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    I would get the 8086K, they were binned. While I think it's somewhat shady that anyone that purchased an 8700K in recent months may have gotten a shafted product, I still would get the binned one for a tad more. Luckily mine is a cherry picked sample.
     
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    No, all the reports so far I've seen have the 8086k performing the same as 8700k, including that video I posted (below) where his original 8700k did 5.1ghz and his new 8086k also did 5.1ghz.

    2% "improvement" on a single batch of Silicon Lottery 8086k samples compared against the average of the entire run of 8700k's is nothing, noise, and to suggest that it indicates "better" bins in the 8086k is misleading.

    More likely the production process has improved from beginning shipments of the 8700k until now, and both 8086k and current 8700k are benefiting from the process improvements.

    If you need that class of compute, get an AMD 2600x, if you are looking for more compute performance through multi-core then get a 2700x or a ThreadRipper 1.0, or for even more headroom for work product throughput wait for the ThreadRipper 2.0.

    Intel couldn't even be bothered to come up with a nice presentation collectible plaque, sculpture, or even a nice presentation box. Intel gave nothing in trade for $75 more than an 8700k, nothing but flapping lip noise, nothing but baloney.
    The 8086k is clearly marketing BS, an insult to the legacy of the 8086, and Intel should be ashamed.
     
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