Intel talks about 28-core CPU with 5GHz i7
In only 50,000 Intel is making Core i7-8086K chips, after 40 years when Intel launched its 8086 processor. Many companies said that six core/12th read CPU going to be first to reach 5GHz Trubo frequency without getting overclocking.
The processor have base clockspeed of 4.0GHz, make it 300MHz which is faster than Core i7 8700K’s base and single-breasted turbo frequency. There will be similar 95W TDP rating chip as Core i7-8086K have.
Intel is ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary on June 18 and the company have planned to run a contest on its website and winners will get 8086 core i7K. Participants can register them selves on their website within today and it will take two days to announce the result.
Intel haven’t announced that what is the price of the chip, but the contest website say it’s cost as $425. Shipment of processor is on June 6. Though the limelight is on Intel’s high-end desktop processor that is unbelievably 28 cores and 56 threads. The chip runned at 5GHz across all cores and scored 7334 multi-core in Cinebench. By comparing the 18-core/36 thread Core i9-7980XE scored 5000 points. This comparison was showed by Gregory Bryant senior vice president and general manager at Intel group.
Intel is creating buzz about it by giving information but by only talking about the chip. But we are considering it more expensive than $1999 Core i9- 7980XE. They are planning to sell out the CPU by the end of this year.
The news of both the chip have lessen the Intel’s announcement about its upcoming Amber Lake Y- series and Whiskey Lake U- series CPU’s. Both are using Intel’s 14nm++ technology on the other side Whiskey Lake is consuming 15 watts, Amber Lake consuming 4.5 watts is made Fir ultra – power devices. There will be more than 70 laptops and 2-in-1and offer double-stitched improved performance generation. Intel also announces that new X-series and next generation S- series are coming in the end of 2018.