There's no denying the magnitude of impact the x86 architecture has had on technology. Intel is celebrating the 40th anniversary of that technology and the 50th anniversary of the company with a very special Core i7. The Core i7-8086K, appropriately named after the 8086 microprocessor, will be the company's first 5GHz processor and is their first six-core, twelve-thread processor with integrated graphics. in a 1151-pin configuration. It will be able to achieve this without overclocking and is designed for gamers and content creators.