40 years ago the world was revolutionized by a small CPU from Intel called the 8086. This tiny chip changed computing in ways the world had never seen. 16-bit processing, a blistering fast 10 megahertz CPU speed, and a host of other features that lead to the birth of the modern PC.
Now, 40 years later, you can own a piece of history with Intel's new Core i7 8086k. Named after the famous chip from the past, the Core i7 8086k is designed specifically for gamers and enthusiasts. Fully unlocked and capable of running up to 5GHz, it's the fastest Core i7 CPU to date. Configure your system with the new Core i7 8086k today and dominate the games of today and tomorrow.
Supplies are very limited as Intel is only making this CPU as a special edition product. We've created three awesome bespoke gaming systems equipped with the Core i7 8086k that'll smash benchmarks at any budget. Get yours today!
Featuring a Core i7 8086k Processor, 16gb RAM, and a GTX 1070 GPU. Xidax custom Core i7 8086k desktop PCs are hand crafted from top to bottom, our PCs rise above the rest in both aesthetics and quality.
Featuring a Core i7 8086k Processor, 16gb RAM, and a GTX 1080 GPU. For the gamer looking for the perfect Core i7 8086k weapon of mass digital destruction, Xidax Prime is the tool for the job.
Featuring a Core i7 8086k Processor, 32gb RAM, and a GTX 1080ti GPU. One Core i7 8086k PC to rool them all. This will smash the most graphics intensive games and 3D rendering for years to come.
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