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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

At this time I would not really reccomend buying 5820 since the new 6 cores are just around the corner.

I know I'm new here
but sorry....... I Disagree

The Price and bench marks prove otherwise

I got my 5820K Last week at microcenter for $300 with the Mother Board Combo deal they always have

I'm not willing to pay $449 for a Broadwell-e 6800K, who's clock speed is comparable to the 5820K
especially since we don't know what the over clock speeds will be
(I get 4.2 stable all day on air)

just my opinion


Best Regards, Rick
Edited by V84x4 - 5/10/16 at 1:53pm
post #682 of 693
What i mean is that new chips are coming out any time now, if you managed to survive so far without buying 5820 you can probably wait a little longer.
I mean I personally dont see a pointin buying "old" stuff just before new stuff is coming out, but that`s just me and I`ve always had something to use, incase i need to wait abit and see whats new, same with the people buying 980ti cards right now, i dont understand them, like what`s the point?
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 5/10/16 at 2:06pm
post #683 of 693
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Originally Posted by V84x4 View Post

I went from a 4790K to a 5820K (@ 4.2) with GSKILL TridentZ 32g Ram at 3200 and a Pro950 M.2 and i don't see a difference in game
Of course you don't, you went from Haswell to Haswell.
post #684 of 693
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

What i mean is that new chips are coming out any time now, if you managed to survive so far without buying 5820 you can probably wait a little longer.
I mean I personally dont see a pointin buying "old" stuff just before new stuff is coming out, but that`s just me and I`ve always had something to use, incase i need to wait abit and see whats new, same with the people buying 980ti cards right now, i dont understand them, like what`s the point?


The point is why pay more for same product !!!!

I bought a 980ti classified 9 month ago and there is no games
coming out in the next 5 years that will use more than the 6gig ram i already have
If you have a chance to pick up a 980ti for $350 then you would be stupid not to (IMO)

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Originally Posted by Raghar View Post

Of course you don't, you went from Haswell to Haswell.

See bench marks here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1599068/6850k-vs-5820k#post_25123355

NOT WORTH THE PRICE JUMP $150 more

Plus 5820 has lower CAS (Lower CAS = more bandwidth)

Why pay more for less (But you'll never see the difference unless you bench mark)

And who the hell cares about Bench Marks anymore
Everything is so fast now



I'm playing the same games on both a Skylake and my new 5820K (BF4, COD & Titanfall)
both running 980 ti classified's (1480) and both 950 pro M.2
I can tell you FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE there's no difference in game what so ever

I thought this thread is about gaming and over clocking and which processor to buy
you will not see any difference in game from, haswell to broadwell to skylake

Im not saying not to stay up with the times and buy the latest and greatest

Im saying save a buck and spend your money where it counts
on a GSYNC 2K ROG 144 hrtz Monitor
your games will pop like you've never seen before.......HUGE Differance !!!!
if you have never played on 144hzt with GSYNC ............OMG hold on to your face

Processor prices will drop over the next couple years and sure enough a new line of processors will be available then

Right now and over the next few years NO games need anything over 6 gb GPU ram or 3.0 gig CPU

Again............My opinion...............Don't waste your money


Best Regards Rick
Edited by V84x4 - 5/10/16 at 3:34pm
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Have a friend replacing an i5 2400 soon, looks like a 6700k + DDR4 3200 is the way to go for gaming ?
 
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post #686 of 693
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Originally Posted by V84x4 View Post

The point is why pay more for same product !!!!

I bought a 980ti classified 9 month ago and there is no games
coming out in the next 5 years that will use more than the 6gig ram i already have
If you have a chance to pick up a 980ti for $350 then you would be stupid not to (IMO)
See bench marks here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1599068/6850k-vs-5820k#post_25123355

NOT WORTH THE PRICE JUMP $150 more

Plus 5820 has lower CAS (Lower CAS = more bandwidth)

Why pay more for less (But you'll never see the difference unless you bench mark)

And who the hell cares about Bench Marks anymore
Everything is so fast now



I'm playing the same games on both a Skylake and my new 5820K (BF4, COD & Titanfall)
both running 980 ti classified's (1480) and both 950 pro M.2
I can tell you FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE there's no difference in game what so ever

I thought this thread is about gaming and over clocking and which processor to buy
you will not see any difference in game from, haswell to broadwell to skylake

Im not saying not to stay up with the times and buy the latest and greatest

Im saying save a buck and spend your money where it counts
on a GSYNC 2K ROG 144 hrtz Monitor
your games will pop like you've never seen before.......HUGE Differance !!!!
if you have never played on 144hzt with GSYNC ............OMG hold on to your face

Processor prices will drop over the next couple years and sure enough a new line of processors will be available then

Right now and over the next few years NO games need anything over 6 gb GPU ram or 3.0 gig CPU

Again............My opinion...............Don't waste your money


Best Regards Rick

I'm starting to like Rick smile.gif
post #687 of 693
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post

Have a friend replacing an i5 2400 soon, looks like a 6700k + DDR4 3200 is the way to go for gaming ?
Currently even a 6600K would suffice but the 6700K is a decent compromise between primarily gaming focus with some content creation on the side.

You don't really need high clocked RAM either to be honest but if it fits the budget then why not.
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post #688 of 693
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Originally Posted by V84x4 View Post

See bench marks here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1599068/6850k-vs-5820k#post_25123355

NOT WORTH THE PRICE JUMP $150 more

Plus 5820 has lower CAS (Lower CAS = more bandwidth)
No microcenter there. HW-E and BW-E are for the same price.

Also note that 6850 is BW-E which is slower than SKY (per cycle). You basically get 2-6 more cores, and 14 nm level of power consumption. And that's it. It's actually VERY hard choice between i5-6600K and i7-6800K. The price difference between CPU doesn't exactly equal performance, even when quality Z170 boards and quality X99 boards can be at very close prices.
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Welp 6800k vs 5820k which one boys ?
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I‘m solving the i5-6600K, or 5820K and X99M-WS question. WS is cute mainboard, but 6600K is a lot cheaper, and might be easier to cool at low speed fans.
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