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Intel is now a fifty years old company and to celebrate this milestone, the company recently announced a limited edition 8th Gen Coffee Lake i7-8086K. To make it even more interesting, the company is giving away 8086 units of the Intel i7-8086K CPUs to selected users at free of cost. This is the latest chipset from Intel and the most powerful i7 processor ever with a whopping 5.0 GHz clock speed.
How to get free Intel Core i7-8086K?
This is a global giveaway, where a user has to register himself on the Intel website to become an eligible to get free CPU. That's all head towards the below-mentioned link to get a brand new flagship class Intel chipset for free of cost.
Terms of conditions:
Everyone is not eligible to participate in the giveaway. If you are staying in any one of the below-mentioned countries, then you can participate in the giveaway.
Taiwan and Japan
It is pity that, Indians cannot participate in this giveaway. The entries will begin from 5 AM on the 7th of June (24 hours) PST.
The company has even reserved the number of giveaways for certain regions.
2086 people will be selected from the US
2000 people will be selected from the China
100 people will be selected from the Germany
500 people will be selected from the Canada
500 people will be selected from the France
500 people will be selected from the UK
500 people will be selected from the South Korea
500 people will be selected from the Taiwan
500 people will be selected from the Japan, which makes it a total of 8086 CPUs.
Intel Core i7-8086K specifications:
The chipset comes with 6 cores or 12 hyper-threads, which is expected to run on 95W Thermal Design Power (TDP). The base frequency of the CPU is set at 4.0 GHz, which can be brought up to 4.6 GHz using Turbo boost on all six cores. Or up to 5 GHz on a single core. Other specifications of this chipset are similar to the one Intel Core i7-8700K, except for the clock speed. As this is a limited edition CPU, Intel will be manufacturing these chipsets in limited numbers. However, there is no information on the number of chipsets, that Intel is planning to manufacture as well.
Number of cores : 6 Cores
Number of threads : 12 Cores
Base Frequency : 4.0 GHz
Thermal Design Power: 95W
Max Turbo Frequency : 5.0 GHz
Max Memory Size : 64 GB
Memory Type : DDR4-2666 Tjunction : 100C