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Welp 6800k vs 5820k which one boys ?
I would say that if this will be a new build then go for the Broadwell - E , from what I have read so far , there is not too much difference . But I can imagine that a new build with a BW-E cpu and a GTX 1070/ 80 GPU would allow you to use a much lower powered PSU and save some pennies to spend elsewhere on your build .
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Welp 6800k vs 5820k which one boys ?

It would be hard to imagine a scenario at any point in the near future where you would look back and regret either. Both will provide excellent performance across the board, and it would only really be in a situation where you had demanding daily professional requirements from your PC (video editing, rendering etc) that X99 would be suggested, or conversely wanted absolute maximum gaming performance, in which case Skylake-E would be the way to go... but ultimately both will handle each very well. If you do have very specific requirements then this would dictate your decision, but otherwise I would personally just go with what you like the look of from reputable brands. Give yourself as much of a budget for a GPU as possible (1080 if you can, otherwise 1070), and don't scrimp on a PSU (EVGA or Superflower would be my recommendation) or CPU cooler. Throw in some SSD's, perhaps an M.2 if you can stretch to it, at least 16GB of RAM, a sweet 21:9 X34 monitor and you're good to go! biggrin.gif
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I recently changed my system config from a 5820K @4.3ghz, Asus X99a, to a 6700k@4.8ghz, Asus Z170Pro. I had too many stability issues (even with no overclocking) with the 5820K, and decided to go to a 6700k config. I am very pleased with it. Gaming performance is significantly faster with no noticeable decline in productivity performance. Yes, application benchies show stronger number for the 5820K, but nothing that I can notice while working.

With the amount of work I do, along with kids and a wife, I simply didn't have the desire to spend days of troubleshooting with the 5820K. Overall, I am very happy with the move.
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