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post #11 of 15
huh this thread seems pretty okay to me.

There is just the confusion about the possible switch from a 5820k to a 5930k.
Then there was the discussion going on if 5930k chips are better for overclocking or not. Actually it is not clear if the 5930k is better at all.

Broadwell is expected for mid 2016. Not much known there and if you look at haswell and broadwell the performance increase might be only 5%. Thats all.
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Didn't mean for a flame war, just trying to say the 5930k is not worth spending the extra money over the 5820k. So with that, I'm not adding any more to this thread.
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You took the data from the Haswell-e leaderboards right? They're all enough to post to Windows type of stability and means nothing. I complained about the leaderboards a while back about giving new owners who knows nothing about the platform a wrong impression and causing them to have unusually high expectations of their chip. They all see the leaderboards and misinterpret it as some sort of stability leaderboard when in fact it's the complete opposite. They really ought to put a disclaimer or start a stability thread that requires more proof than a cpu-z validation.

I've been following Haswell-e for nearly a year. Got a 5820k and MSI Mpower (their OCing board). And a watercooling kit. Rock stable at 4.5ghz and 1.30v. Stability testing completed at 1.27v, but I bumped it a little to be safe. It's an a "average" overclocking chip.

4.5ghz shouldn't be a big deal on any Haswell-e. But don't take my word for it...

http://www.anandtech.com/show/8426/the-intel-haswell-e-cpu-review-core-i7-5960x-i7-5930k-i7-5820k-tested/3

If you were getting different results, you were probably doing something wrong...
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post #14 of 15
With the trend of everything wanting a piece of the PCIE pie lately, if you think you might use more than one GPU in the future, go with the 5930K

Simply having 2 3.0x4 m.2 SSD's, a sound card and USB 3.1, you've already limited yourself to a single GPU unless you go with the 5930 or 5960.

PCI-E lanes are becoming more and more scarce at a rapid rate lately and in a couple more years when GPU's actually need all 16 lanes per card things will get really ugly.
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Yeah this is exactly why I'm specing my new system with the 5930 vs. 5820...I'm already planning 2x GFX cards and one PCIEx4 SDD. Could do fine with 28 lanes but the second I wanted a 2nd PCIEx4 - or PCIEx8 comes out - the way the lanes are usually spread among the slots would likely defeat me unless I have the 40 from the CPU.... it's not just the lane limitation but the switching limitation (and card widths - physically fitting them in 2x slot cooler cases) that somehow means you don't ever get to use all the ones that are really there. Kinda frustrating actually.

Doubt I'll delay long enough for Broad-E but nice to know it's still on the roadmap as far as everyone knows. Feels weird to be considering a new build in the next month that's 2 releases back in terms of Intel families....
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