Intel BX80684I78086K i7-8086K Limited Edition Processor

June 11, 2018 - Comment

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In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Intel’s first 8086 microprocessor. 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K Limited Edition unlocked processor, best of 8th Gen desktop processor family capabilities with HIGHER frequency. First up to 5.0 GHz consumer processor. Commemorative packaging. Limited availability. ONLY compatible with Intel 300 Series chipset based motherboard. Thermal solution NOT included in the box.

Product Features

  • Special Limited Edition
  • Max Turbo Frequency 5.0 GHz
  • 6 Cores/12 Threads
  • Unlocked for overclocking
  • Commemorative Packaging


Joe Mama says:

Easy OC, so far. Just got mine a little bit ago. Now, I can’t talk about the level of binning that other people are getting for their specific chips. But, the one I have is easily doing 5.3 ghz with a 280 radiator with only 73 C max temp so far. To be fair though, I haven’t had enough time to do extended testing nor have I had time to play around with all the settings to fine tune my overclock as much as I like. I’m sure if I went with an open air bench or a more high airflow case instead of being thermally…

Daniel says:

easy overclocker Got mine the other day with Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7 board. I delidded it and put on some Arctic Silver. Did my initial tests on water running 5.2ghz without any effort. Temps were hovering around 55c in 3D Mark and climbed to a peak of 78 during physics tests. I’m confident mine can do 5.3ghz or higher. I am waiting on an EK monoblock and liquid metal before I push it further but so far it’s a beast.

Another Customer says:

Beats my 8700k but not by as much as I expected According to CPU-Z I was able to get this thing stable at 1.32v at 5ghz but my 8700k could do 5ghz at 1.35v. The only real thing I can say is this runs a lot cooler. I might have more tweaking to do but it wasn’t stable at around 1.31v at 5ghz. Keep in mind this is testing with the newest version of Prime95 that runs the FMA3/AVX2 instruction sets that put the screws to anything Haswell or later.One thing I can say is I was able to find stability with the 8086k while using an EVGA…

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