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A Skylake-EP processor has appeared on eBay

A Skylake-EP processor has appeared on eBay

A Skylake-EP processor has appeared on Ebay

Skylake-EP processors have appeared on eBay

 
 

Some of Intel's new Skylake-EP processors have appeared on eBay, with the seller claiming that this model is a 28-core 2GHz unit called the E5-2600 V5.

The images of this new CPU match what we have already seen in LGA 3647 CPU leaks, though at this time is is difficult to tell if this listing is genuine. Regardless, whoever one of these two matching CPUs will need an LGA 3467 motherboard to use it, motherboards that are not publically available at this time.  

While there is nothing illegal about this listing, it is certainly one that Intel will need to investigate, as at this time Skylake-EP is only available to select early partners, which should leave the company wondering who is selling these samples to the public. 

This Intel Xeon CPU is listed with the P 8136 name, which does not match any known Intel naming scheme, though this CPU is listed as a 28-core, 56-thread Xeon with 38.75MB of cache and a TDP of 165W.   

  

A Skylake-EP processor has appeared on Ebay

 

With a price tag of $3750 and no publically available motherboards to support them, it is unlikely that these unreleased CPUs will be sold anytime soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Skylake-EP's appearance on eBay on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

02-05-2017, 18:34:13

Chrazey
Yeah right... As soon as I saw "eBay" in the headline, total bluff.Quote

02-05-2017, 18:47:04

Kaapstad
As soon as I saw 2ghz I thought no use to me.Quote

02-05-2017, 19:32:43

TheF34RChannel
As soon as I saw 3,750 USD I teared up.Quote

03-05-2017, 04:04:57

Chopper3
To be fair there's nothing at all incorrect in that listing, the part number and specs are spot-on - that said there's no heat-sink and I've not seen them shipped without them, which strikes me as a bit odd. But otherwise this looks like a legit part.Quote

03-05-2017, 04:08:31

ridercho
As soon as I saw Intel... yeaah no.Quote
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