At Computex 2018 in Taipei, Intel made several important announcements. In particular, the jubilee processor Core i7-8086K timed to the 40th anniversary of the first chip manufacturer’s release, was introduced — 8086. In addition, a model with an impressive number of cores was announced.

Intel announced a 28-core processor with a frequency of 5 GHz

The new Core i7-8086K belongs to the eighth generation of Intel processors. It includes six cores working at a frequency of 4 GHz with an increase of up to 5 GHz in Boost mode. In addition, the chip has an unlocked multiplier, so that it can be overclocked even more.

Intel plans to release Core i7-8086K on June 8 — 40 years after the release of Intel 8086 — limited edition of 8 086 characters. The cost of the processor has not yet been announced.

Intel announced a 28-core processor with a frequency of 5 GHz

Another announcement of Intel was the 28-core processor for desktop computers, which will be released in late 2018. Little is known about the chip. This is a single-socket solution, all the cores of which operate at a clock speed of 5 GHz. In the benchmark Cinebench, the chipset demonstrated an impressive 7 334 points.

The price for Intel’s 28-core processor is not reported. Considering the fact that Intel’s 18-core chip costs $ 1,999, the new copy will be much more expensive.