Specifications unannounced Intel Core i7 8086K dive on

Intel seems to be planning to release a new member in the Core i7 series with the 8086K. The new cpu within the Coffee Lake-S seems to get similar specifications to the Core i7 8700K, and would be released in honor of the 40th anniversary of the 8086 processor.

The new processor would be tested by Intel, and has come into the hands of a Chinese who brought out information about it, noticed Wccftech. The Core i7 8086K falls within the Coffee Lake S family and has a basic clock speed of 4.0GHz, with boost to 5.1GHz. This gives the processor a slightly higher clock speed of the Core i7 8700K, with which it shares many features, including six cores and the UHD 630 gpu. Furthermore, the new processor has a tdp of 95 W.
According to the rumors, Intel released the 8086K in honor of the fortieth anniversary of the first 8086 processor. However, Intel itself has not published anything about it yet, as a result of which the exact release date and introductory price is not yet known. It is not the first time that Intel has released a anniversary edition of a processor; previously it did so because of the twentieth anniversary of Pentium.