People comparing it to the 5ghz 8700K from SL are doing so without data. So far, all reports are that the 8086K hits 5ghz on all cores simply with multi-core enhancement turned on, without manual voltage changes. If that is universally true, it would imply it's better than a 5ghz SL bin. Anandtech hit 5.1ghz with considerably lower voltage than a SL 5.1ghz CPU, but their testing is less rigorous and that is only 1 CPU. Honestly, we don't know how good the 8086K is on average because in order to find that out, you'd need to buy 100, delid them all and test each one. Fortunately, SL is doing exactly that(in numbers much greater than 100, probably) so on Jun 17 we'll know how good the pre-binning on the 8086K actually is. Until then it's all just speculation.