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Screw it. I think I'm just going to grab the ASRock X99 ITX mobo and a 5820k for my HTPC gaming build. Going to cost me an extra $100 or so over the 6700k but hopefully in the future in will be worth it.
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My 5820K OC'd to 4.5GHz flawlessly think its a better value than the 6700K. I was debating 4790K vs 5820K and everyone was saying wait for Skylake then it got pushed back. I ended up going X99 and seeing the pricing of the 6700K, I'm glad I did. I don't plan to buy a new PC until next decade sometime.

Is there a benchmark list that has OC'd results in a list or searchable similar to cpubenchmark.net?? Its rather difficult to compare processors at speeds other than stock if a specific site didn't actually do it during a review.

I'm helping a friend build a new gaming rig as well, and we just bought parts to build a 5820K rig instead of 6700K yesterday. After there was a sale on the motherboards from where we purchased from, it was actually cheaper than 6700k build except now he has quad channel memory, six cores, and a much more premium X99 chipset with more PCI lanes. The motherboard is newer revision and has USB 3.1, M.2, and all the other goodies a Z170 has so no real advantages lost in functionality here.

Gaming wise when overclocked the two processors are within 1FPS of each other, except the 5820K is 20% faster in anything that will use all cores.

Here is a 3DMark bench of a 5820k 4.5Ghz vs 6700K 4.6Ghz someone linked me before. Using the same memory and GPU in each rig. The 6700K is less than 1FPS faster in GPU tests but 5820K is 20% faster in both CPU heavy physics tests. LINK
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You're not using the same clocks on GPU's? Why? If you're running CPU's on stock.
    
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I thought 6700k was showing quite a bump over 5820k in game performance though, from benchmarks I've seen anyway? Plus if you never have any intention of going SLI and keeping quite a minimal system, are the extra PCI lanes of any real benefit? Not to mention if your usage is not centered around rendering/video editing etc. you're not getting the REAL benefit of X99 anyway. I am speaking as an X99 owner already, but looking at the Skylake systems out there they really offer very good value from where I'm standing, particularly if your focus is gaming.
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6700K is not for gaming-only anyway, 6600K is.
6700K is more for some serious multitasking use but it will carry any gaming demand excellent.
    
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I thought 6700k was showing quite a bump over 5820k in game performance though, from benchmarks I've seen anyway? Plus if you never have any intention of going SLI and keeping quite a minimal system, are the extra PCI lanes of any real benefit? Not to mention if your usage is not centered around rendering/video editing etc. you're not getting the REAL benefit of X99 anyway. I am speaking as an X99 owner already, but looking at the Skylake systems out there they really offer very good value from where I'm standing, particularly if your focus is gaming.
Stock clock of a 5820K is only 3.3GHz. That's why. OC'd the gap all but disappears. Every 5820K will go to 4GHz and most will go to 4.5GHz. Keeping pace in gaming with an OC'd 6700 and murdering it in everything else.

With Microcenter chip pricing and running memory in dual channel the 5820K system is cheaper.

I chose X99 because it gives me more capability should I choose to try some workstation work and I'm not sacrificing anything, really.

To be honest though, I'm not sure it really makes a difference either way if you're not rendering every day. Someone who casually edits video won't mind waiting a couple extra minutes. NBD.
Edited by Dreamliner - 2/29/16 at 4:27am
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Hello guys!

i was waiting skylake so much, cant hold anymore for the performance/new motherboard ( thate are pretty cool thoo ) but now that's out, it does not attract me this much.

I got a GTX980 ad GPU, and planning in the future to get another one to do sli.

My usage of pc will be gaming for 95% of the time, surfing in internet, doing some graphic / programming work as hobby. but mainly gaming.

Now, skylake and haswell-e has the same price, but skylake perform better in game than 5820k ( that as i saw, its not that good for gaming purpose.)

i also heard that with dx12 we will use 6 physicals core instead of four. but i dont know how well power on single core will be distribuited.
also x99 is more futureproof.. but z170 bring a lot of features and they should be the best for gamers.

im going crazy rolleyes.gif

Now with 700/750 eur budget, what i should buy ? 6700k or 5820?
Thank you all in advices.

I'd wait for Broadwell-E, it is right around the corner, the lowest iteration of it will prob run 600 bucks tho, but ye its whatevs bro
    
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You're not using the same clocks on GPU's? Why? If you're running CPU's on stock.

GPU clocks are not always reported correctly by Futuremark with how the Nvidia boost clocks work. My 970 runs 1501 gaming but Futuremark rarely ever reports it running that. Most of the time it shows it running 1177 since it grabs stats before the 3D application of the benchmark is loaded where it then goes to 1501.
Edited by Shaded War - 2/29/16 at 4:38am
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How come that gaming tests and benchmarks for 6700K vs 5820K OVERCLOCKED almost doesn't even exist? Every test setup is using those CPU's @ stock freq. What's up with that? Who's gonna buy "K" CPU and not overclock it???
    
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How come that gaming tests and benchmarks for 6700K vs 5820K OVERCLOCKED almost doesn't even exist? Every test setup is using those CPU's @ stock freq. What's up with that? Who's gonna buy "K" CPU and not overclock it???

I have been saying this for a while. Everyone LOLs thats that 6700k edges out the 5820k in games or single thread performance. But what happens when they are running similar clock speeds. Well I personally tested this with my rigs.... The results will surprise you. Check them out.

The 5820k @4.5ghz vs the 6700k @4.8ghz.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7575517/fs/6369549
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