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Ok, I saw this one and here it says that 5820K is @stock 3.3GHz as well as 6700K @4GHz
(maybe it's a bug). Either way, they are pretty damn close but what about games ? Let those synthetic benchmarks alone smile.gif
    
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Ok, I saw this one and here it says that 5820K is @stock 3.3GHz as well as 6700K @4GHz. Either way, they are pretty damn close but what about games ? Let those synthetic benchmarks alone smile.gif

Are you talking about the benchmark I just posted? Both are OCd to their max. The 5820k was 4.5 and the 6700k was 4.8. There was nothing left for either of them.
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Yeah but nevermind.

Have you tested those CPU's OC'ed in any games?
    
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Have you tested those CPU's OC'ed in any games?

I game with them if thats what you are asking, but I have not done any formal testing in game. Both seem to run identical, even though the 6700k is running 300mhz more. I see no gain from running the 6700k at all. I see no point to spending more for it over the X99 5820k. Especially since the new broadwell-e will be out in a few months and I can just swap the CPU for the next 6800k or 6850k or whatever its going to be. Can do that with the 6700k. And if the 5820k at stock clocks can either meet or beat the 6700k, wait until the broadwell-e comes out. Then what are you going to do when the 6700k is getting spanked even more... I'll be set, ready to upgrade for just the price of whatever the difference of money that my CPU brings being sold, vs what the new one costs.
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I understand all that, I'm asking because I don't see all those tests when those two CPU's are overclocked, it's pretty strange. All we can see is :
"For gaming = 6700K, for productivity = 5820K" and this is pretty bold statement because many many many people don't actually work on their PC's, they don't earn money from video editing, they mostly game and that is the truth. If they do any professional work which actually brings them money then I highly doubt that they will go with 5820K instead 5960X. Most of those users are mainstream but enthusiast wannabe's.

So many questions and dilemmas here, for example :

-If 5820K is only a few seconds faster than 6700K in Premiere rendering than what is the point? Or maybe in Truecrypt a couple of seconds or x264 transcoding have a couple more of bitrates etc.
-If 6700K has maybe 10fps more in some games than it's a better choice? Or maybe 15fps more? And all that advantage while keeping pace with 5820K in some rendering operations.

They are almost identical wouldn't you say? Now all that is left are bragging rights and potential performance per dollar/euro ratio ?

And yes, Broadwell-E is just around the corner, maybe it will not bring much higher performance but it is always great to see that users at least have that opportunity for future upgrade on X99 while on Z170 I really don't know...
    
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I understand all that, I'm asking because I don't see all those tests when those two CPU's are overclocked, it's pretty strange. All we can see is :
"For gaming = 6700K, for productivity = 5820K" and this is pretty bold statement because many many many people don't actually work on their PC's, they don't earn money from video editing, they mostly game and that is the truth. If they do any professional work which actually brings them money then I highly doubt that they will go with 5820K instead 5960X. Most of those users are mainstream but enthusiast wannabe's.

So many questions and dilemmas here, for example :

-If 5820K is only a few seconds faster than 6700K in Premiere rendering than what is the point? Or maybe in Truecrypt a couple of seconds or x264 transcoding have a couple more of bitrates etc.
-If 6700K has maybe 10fps more in some games than it's a better choice? Or maybe 15fps more? And all that advantage while keeping pace with 5820K in some rendering operations.

They are almost identical wouldn't you say? Now all that is left are bragging rights and potential performance per dollar/euro ratio ?

And yes, Broadwell-E is just around the corner, maybe it will not bring much higher performance but it is always great to see that users at least have that opportunity for future upgrade on X99 while on Z170 I really don't know...

Yeah man I dont know. I dont do anything but game. And I have the money to do what I want with my rig, so I chose the 5820k for a few reasons. At this point its cheaper. I got mine for $320. I also got a board thats the same price as any mainstream Z170 board. The memory is the same, so basically for less money I got two more cores. Why not? Im sure eventually DX12 or who knows what will take advantage of those extra cores. There are already games currently that run better with more cores. Personally I'd rather have the CPU with more performance potential. And then theres broadwell-e...
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I tested 5960x vs 6700k, but only in 1 game.In fallout4 in cpu bottleneck scene.
5960x 4.2Ghz 2600Mhz ram -58Fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_19_1tnp3a.jpg
6700k 4.5Ghz 3000Mhz ram -70fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_13_1ajp7m.png
6700k 3Ghz 3000Mhz ram-54fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_13_1t9ul5.png

Skylake in that scene pretty much destroys every CPU.Probably because it can scale with fast ram.Haswell-E cant.
2600k at 4.5Ghz have there 49fps
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I tested 5960x vs 6700k, but only in 1 game.In fallout4 in cpu bottleneck scene.
5960x 4.2Ghz 2600Mhz ram -58Fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_19_1tnp3a.jpg
6700k 4.5Ghz 3000Mhz ram -70fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_13_1ajp7m.png
6700k 3Ghz 3000Mhz ram-54fps
http://abload.de/img/fallout4_2015_11_13_1t9ul5.png

Skylake in that scene pretty much destroys every CPU.Probably because it can scale with fast ram.Haswell-E cant.
2600k at 4.5Ghz have there 49fps

I wonder how the 6600k would do then? Can you disable HT on the 6700k and run it again?
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I wonder how the 6600k would do then? Can you disable HT on the 6700k and run it again?
In this scene around 10% so 64fps.
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I wonder how the 6600k would do then? Can you disable HT on the 6700k and run it again?

 

I've got my 5820K at 4.4Ghz and my ram at 3200mhz. Maybe I will head to that spot and take a measurement myself :P/

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