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With the "small" logic error, that "properly multithreaded games" almost do not exist, as nearly every game test of the cpu's showed.

And, that you HAVE to heavy OC your 5820k, since its base clock is nowhere around the 6700k. Wich i am cooling with a 9cm air cooler, can you say the same about an 5820k at 4.2Ghz? Of course not.

But, if someone (like a lot of people here seemingly) play x264 bench all the time, sure, 5820k is the way to go. I will stick with more enjoyable ones smile.gif

What's coming in 1-3years, does not matter. We will have new CPU's by then anyways. This multi-thread revolution is announced year for year (mostly by AMD's usual wishthinking), yet, it still didnt happen. And no, synthetich benchmarks do not count.

This is also a good point and it's why I still can't recommend the 6700k, but the 6600k instead. If someone can use 8 threads then why not go 12? But generally speaking for the point you made which I agree with, the 6600k is the better choice, correct?
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personally cant wait till the Broad-well-E's drop here soon. biggrin.gif
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This was the same argument when I bought a QX6700 9 years ago. Well, I just gave that rig to a neighbor kid and with a 3.2GHz oc and an oc'd 660ti it still games well. Back then it was you will never need 4 cores...
     
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This was the same argument when I bought a QX6700 9 years ago. Well, I just gave that rig to a neighbor kid and with a 3.2GHz oc and an oc'd 660ti it still games well. Back then it was you will never need 4 cores...

oh man i miss my Q6600 with G0 stepping... that was the best.
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personally cant wait till the Broad-well-E's drop here soon. biggrin.gif

When can we expect this ? March 2016 maybe?
I could go with 5820K succesor then if the price is fine...
    
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But, if someone (like a lot of people here seemingly) play x264 bench all the time, sure, 5820k is the way to go. I will stick with more enjoyable ones smile.gif.
i would love to see some gaming benchmarks but for some insane reason nobody tested 5820k vs skylake overclocked except kitguru where they were so badly gpu bottlnecked there tests were just margin of error

there is a few games out there that can see some benefits from a cpu with more than 4 cores but they still see bugger all gain from ht so as above 6600k to 5820k or 6700k for those that dont really want to oc

thankfully we should finally get some gaming benchmarks when broadwell e comes out
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This is also a good point and it's why I still can't recommend the 6700k, but the 6600k instead. If someone can use 8 threads then why not go 12? But generally speaking for the point you made which I agree with, the 6600k is the better choice, correct?

Yes, for gaming the 6600K is for sure the best price/performance CPU.
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i would love to see some gaming benchmarks but for some insane reason nobody tested 5820k vs skylake overclocked except kitguru where they were so badly gpu bottlnecked there tests were just margin of error

there is a few games out there that can see some benefits from a cpu with more than 4 cores but they still see bugger all gain from ht so as above 6600k to 5820k or 6700k for those that dont really want to oc

thankfully we should finally get some gaming benchmarks when broadwell e comes out

There are lot of tests out there. I just linked one a few days ago about WoT. But they usually just simulate the 5820k, by disabling some cores on the 5960x, and varying core frequencys. Wich is perfectly logical, and a working method. You can also take the 4790K results for the 6700k, since the difference is only 1-5% in most of the cases.
Most games do not give you anything above 4 cores, even HT is used rarely. Some games do show improvements with 6 or 8 cores, but i would not call a 10% fps increase a real adantage with 50-100% more cores.
They scale with more cores nowhere near as good, than with more core clock.
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DX 12 and Vulkan are the future there is no getting around that one but either way there really is no wrong answer. They are both great platforms one just happens to be geared slightly more towards enthusiasts than the other.
     
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DX 12 and Vulkan are the future there is no getting around that one but either way there really is no wrong answer. They are both great platforms one just happens to be geared slightly more towards enthusiasts than the other.

Yup. Remember the ~ 30 AAA DX12 games, that came out since DX12 release? Yea, me neither...
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I went with the 5820k as it was quite a bit cheaper.

Either cpu should easily manage any currently available game.

Likewise once either cpu starts to struggle with future games I doubt the other will fare much better.

By the time either cpu is incapable of running games they will both be obsolete, but I don't see this happening any time soon.

This new system on Windows 10 is by far the fastest I've ever used both in games and other stuff.

Can't go wrong with either IMHO.
I went with the "at the time" cheaper 5820k but I'm sure I wwoul be equally happy with the 6700K.
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