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Intel Core i7-8086K Coffee Lake 6-Core 4.0 GHz (5.0 GHz Turbo) $379.99

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newegg ebay has Intel Core i7-8086K Coffee Lake 6-Core 4.0 GHz (5.0 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151 for $379.99

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Co....l4275.c10


Or if still available, you may get from frys through google express for $419*0.75+tax = $315-350
https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...67_6136318
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I could go for this if I got the same 10 years I've gotten from my Q6600...

OK, maybe another time....
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Q6600 was my MVP for 10yrs too
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Seems as same performance as a 8700K for $300 , not slick imo
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Seems as same performance as a 8700K for $300 , not slick imo
It's literally a binned 8700k thats a limited edition. Of course it performs the same...
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Seems as same performance as a 8700K for $300 , not slick imo
8086 is slightly better, though. probably about the same as a 9700k.

I am deciding between this, the 8700k, 8700, 2700, 2700x, or waiting on intel 9th gen. My RAM is optimized for intel (as 99.99% of RAM is), or I'd probably get 2700x. But also 2700x isn't on a great deal even on GE.
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If you still need a desktop, it's OK to get the best one.


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I could go for this if I got the same 10 years I've gotten from my Q6600...

OK, maybe another time....
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you guys are too mean. as long as no cheaper price elsewhere, it's slick. imo

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Seems as same performance as a 8700K for $300 , not slick imo
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8086 is slightly better, though. probably about the same as a 9700k.

I am deciding between this, the 8700k, 8700, 2700, 2700x, or waiting on intel 9th gen. My RAM is optimized for intel (as 99.99% of RAM is), or I'd probably get 2700x. But also 2700x isn't on a great deal even on GE.
Per Anandtech, you have to overclock it to see any advantages over an i7-8700K [anandtech.com].

"Spend the extra on a bigger SSD or more memory"
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Per Anandtech, you have to overclock it to see any advantages over an i7-8700K [anandtech.com].

"Spend the extra on a bigger SSD or more memory"
Some other say technically the 8086 is faster for single core, due to being factory overclocked.

On userbenchmark, whoever did the summary on thee, mentions that it may be worth $20 above 8700k cost. If fry''s would lower their price to the current newegg price, then it would only be $22.50 above the cost of the 8700k through google.

Anyway, I probably won't get it. I am mostly debating between 8700k, 8700, and 2700x. But 2700x is overpriced at fry's...
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Per Anandtech, you have to overclock it to see any advantages over an i7-8700K [anandtech.com].

"Spend the extra on a bigger SSD or more memory"
Would completely agree. Like -$79 towards samsung 860 EVO 1tb ssd = $129 current deal, IF in the market for both.
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I'm not up to splitting hairs. I would need a new MB and 32GB to make it worthwhile.
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Also, as I have said in many topics.... almost no RAM at all is listed as compatible for amd cpus... most may be getting it to work, but if you go by the QVL you'd almost never find any RAM that is guaranteed for amd. So that makes me reluctant to get the amd cpu.

And many tell me to go ahead and get it anyway and then many others say always get only what's on a QVL.
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I already spent way too much on ssd and RAM as it is... I got a 970 pro and 32fb of trident z ram. And 99% of the time I do nothing that would use even remotely close to half of that RAM amount.

Another decision I have to make is whether or not to sell my unopened rx 580 and get a nvidia card...
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remember when i7 was $320 max
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