Their 4.6Ghz 6700k is $10 cheaper than the newegg chip roulette model - a really, really good deal - everyday.
But that chip is worse than the average reported by OCN members so it's guaranteed to be mediocre-ish. 4.6ghz at ~1.39v while median is 4.6 at 1.375 - it's at least worth the $30 to go firstname.lastname@example.org IMO! You won't get a really amazing chip that way, but you know what you're getting and it will be better than average. Saving $10 but not having CPU box+sticker and getting an OC guaranteed to be a little below average to average-ish (with no chance at better) isn't worth it IMO
It's 1hr realbench stable testing. I passed 1hr at 1.365v on my chip but will have to use about 1.385v 24/7, a 0.02 increase, just to be solid in x264 encoding and gaming so that i don't crash while livestreaming or re-encoding a recorded gameplay video occasionally (i had 2 crashes in a month at 1.375). Likewise, many people in the OCN chart have testing that requires more vcore than you need to pass 1hr realbench once so it's a good indicator.
This is the image that should make you a little uneasy about 4.6 that passed 1hr at 1.39 and may take ~1.41 to be solid (the below average 6700k):
You can also get better than the minimum guaranteed clocks from SL, but that's down to luck.
Funnily enough, it's a little difficult to say the real top x% chips for lack of sample size and the chart being biased due to a few SL chips in there at the high end Edited by Cyro999 - 10/27/15 at 10:23am