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I think it would be good to have a centralized location to find all of the different benchmarks comparing these two processors. I see several others are trying to decide between these two, so hopefully this will be helpful.


Starting off, here is a video comparing the 5820k and 6700k. It should be noted that the RAM and motherboard (obviously) are different.

This one compares the 5820k, 6700k, and 6600k. All 3 were overclocked, however the 5820k was cooled by a Corsair H105 whereas the 6700k/6600k were cooled by a corsair H100i GTX. The systems also used different PSUs.

This video compares the 5930k (not 5820k, unknown whether it was also overclocked) against the 6700k (@ 4.4Ghz).

This video compares the 5820k, 4790k, and the 6700k (I'm assuming at stock clocks):

This video compares several processors including the 5820k and 6700k. The voice over is creepy, though.

This is a general comparison between the two by Linux Tech Tips:

An article comparing the 5820k, 4790k, and the 6700k (I'm assuming at stock clocks):
http://wccftech.com/intel-skylake-core-i7-6700k-review-gaming-performance-5820k/



If anyone finds a benchmark that's not on this list, let me know and I'll add it.
Edited by pocketdrummer - 10/16/15 at 9:19pm
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4 GHz is considered an OC'ed 5820k? Especially compared against the 4.6 and 4.7GHz competition.

I happy with my 5820k purchase. Low volts and temps for a 4.2GHz daily clock. If I want to bench, getting to 4.7 is fairly easy. smile.gif
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4 GHz is considered an OC'ed 5820k? Especially compared against the 4.6 and 4.7GHz competition.

I happy with my 5820k purchase. Low volts and temps for a 4.2GHz daily clock. If I want to bench, getting to 4.7 is fairly easy. smile.gif

I did find it a bit odd they weren't able to get it to 4.2 or 4.3Ghz. It seems like the recipe is pretty much standard by this point (some boards even have presets for it).

Set multiplier to 44, set volts to 1.3, ???, profit.
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what is the general consensus?
I presume everything that doesnt utilize lots of cores its the 6700k and anything that supports many cores (bf4/FC4) would be 5820k?
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what is the general consensus?
I presume everything that doesnt utilize lots of cores its the 6700k and anything that supports many cores (bf4/FC4) would be 5820k?

Considering the 5820k is like $50 more: you get 50% more cores, granted is 5-10% slower clock for clock, you still end up on top with the 5820k. In my opinion is someone wants more than the 6600k, the 6700k shouldn't really even be considered.
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what is the general consensus?
I presume everything that doesnt utilize lots of cores its the 6700k and anything that supports many cores (bf4/FC4) would be 5820k?

That's probably true for stock clocks, but we lack overclocking history for the 6700k and I haven't found too many reviews of the 5820k overclocked in the same case with the same cooler as the 6700k to see how much heat plays a role. It should get hotter, but I've heard conflicting information about that (higher TDP on the 5820k but it's soldered, whereas the 6700k has a lower TDP, but it uses TIM).

What we need is a comparison between "guaranteed" overclocks on both CPUs. I'd say if 80% of the users could obtain #GHz, then we should use that as a comparison.

That said, even with the arguably conservative overclock, the review of the 3 overclocked cpus did show the 5820k to be the top dog in all 3 games (more games need to be tested).
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I'd be down for some testing on my 5820k if someone has a 6700k they want to test.
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so glad I bought a 2500k for $189 3 or 4 years ago that does 4.8 ghz @1.344 sitting under a $25 heatkiller 2.0 made for socket 1366 barely breaking 50C that also does 5.0 ghz at 1.367.

I would buy AMD today instead of paying to much for a chip I have to de-lid.

Hell check my sig, I had a 920 that did 4.2, 4.2 is fluff not overclocking.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1112724
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I did find it a bit odd they weren't able to get it to 4.2 or 4.3Ghz. It seems like the recipe is pretty much standard by this point (some boards even have presets for it).

Set multiplier to 44, set volts to 1.3, ???, profit.

Yeah the 5820k is crazy easy to overclock, mine was literally like this..

Day one: 4.4ghz 1.3 volts (curiosity test). To my surprise full stability lol
Day two: 4.5ghz 1.3 volts, again full stability (did i just get lucky lol?)
Day three: 4.6ghz 1.3 volts, nope rejection by the dreaded blue screen.
Day four: 4.5ghz it is
Two months later: still rocking 4.5 with no crashes biggrin.gif
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no way you own a M-82 so why is it your avatar?
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