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Frys has 5820 for $325 this week with personal promo code. Is it a good deal?


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under normal cooling options, ie h100 series. both should reach around ~4.5-4.6GHz right?

6700k should be only marginally better by less than 5%, barring the programs may utilize more cores in the future
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post #393 of 693
might be closer to 12~13% faster than the haswell, broadwell is the tic and skylake is the tock for performance. single gpu possibly up to 2 gpu skylake is a good choice bearing there is no price gouging going on and the 1151 soc is at its MSRP. That being said quad channel memory is good with games like Battlefield 4. And will likely be good for other games who are well optimized and have use of more than 4 cores. end of the day it really just depends on the games you play. IF you like rts style or older games the skylake will be best. IF you like games that use lots of cores then go with the x99. Its not like either is a bad choice. So GET BOTH XD. or wait for Zen and see what that looks like.

edit: 14nm is a good node and does overclock very well 4.7 should be doable with a aio.
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I just OCd my 5820k to 4.5ghz @1.350v. Its happy there. Passes all my tests and benchmarks. And it absolutely destroys my 6700k system in all my testing. My 3d mark benchmarks are all about 12% faster for the 4.5ghz 5820k vs. my 6700k @ 4.8ghz. The haswell E is clearly a better choice for the money. I got mine for $320 at microcenter two weeks ago. Couldnt be happier. It also games like a monster paired with my 390x.
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Ok, can you test them overclocked side by side in actual games not only synthetic benchmarks ?
    
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I just OCd my 5820k to 4.5ghz @1.350v. Its happy there. Passes all my tests and benchmarks. And it absolutely destroys my 6700k system in all my testing. My 3d mark benchmarks are all about 12% faster for the 4.5ghz 5820k vs. my 6700k @ 4.8ghz. The haswell E is clearly a better choice for the money. I got mine for $320 at microcenter two weeks ago. Couldnt be happier. It also games like a monster paired with my 390x.

yes multi threaded your hex core will win hands down easily but not single threaded. witch 99% of apps still are single threaded based even if they are heavily multi threaded.
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post #397 of 693
Im sure you are correct in stock 5820k to OCd 6700k, but nobody ever tests them both OCd. Not sure why. But my 5820k is faster than my 6700k system easily with both OCd.
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yes multi threaded your hex core will win hands down easily but not single threaded. witch 99% of apps still are single threaded based even if they are heavily multi threaded.

Both chips are cream of the crop per their price range. Both chips will give performance so large especially their minimum FPS that you'll never notice the difference in the apps you are referring to. This makes the 5820k better by default. We're not comparing a FX 8 core vs 6700k where the IPC is nearly double on the intel chip. Hawsell and Skylake are very very close and very high end.

Once again, you make a great case for the i5 6600k, cause like you said (and I agree) most apps couldn't care less beyond a few cores.

But if you need or want more threads, the 5820k is the better choice. Their IPC is amazing and very close that their real world use would be indistinguishable. Since the HEX vs the Core i7 cost of admission is within 10% of each other, that makes the decision pretty easy from my perspective.

I've said this multiple times hoping someone can disagree with me and give me reasoning why.

My bottom line is, the 6700k is a bad buy. You either go X99 5820k or stick to the 6600k (relative to the topic discussion). At least at the current going rates of these chips.
post #399 of 693
Good point.

But I would still like to see tests in actual games 5820K OC vs 6700K OC. Also, in rendering times, how much of a difference we are talking about here? 1min 5min 30mins ? If it's just a tiny small difference and 6700K OC is better in gaming let's say at least 5-10fps than 6700K is a clear winner here ?
    
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Good point.

But I would still like to see tests in actual games 5820K OC vs 6700K OC. Also, in rendering times, how much of a difference we are talking about here? 1min 5min 30mins ? If it's just a tiny small difference and 6700K OC is better in gaming let's say at least 5-10fps than 6700K is a clear winner here ?

5-10 fps should only matter if the maximum is 60 (or less). If we're getting 150 fps on one and 140 fps on another, it matters very little wouldn't you think? Unless we're getting into the super niche market of online multiplayer gamers that demand not only the highest minimum FPS but also keeping that fps minimum above the servers tick/update rate. But even then, those people already know what CPU works best for them.
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