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Haswell-E
Broadwell-E

Broadwell-E will offer a 10-core cpu but it is rumored to cost 1500 dollar tongue.gif

But in my opinion your best bet would be haswell-E. But it won't improve your gaming performance by much in most games but neither will the i7-6700k..

Edit: Replaced Skylake-E by Broadwell-E. Im already in the future biggrin.gif
Edited by Pandora51 - 1/24/16 at 3:03pm
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I think there will be games where you would want a 6 or 8 core CPU:

 

Like

 

Just cause 3 and

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Dirt-Rally-Spiel-55539/Specials/Benchmark-Test-1182995/galerie/2509578/

 

Also GTA 5 might look OK with a 4790k, but it is closer to a bottleneck than it looks like in taskmaster. I think it reserve a buffer to avoid stuttering from small spikes in CPU demand. Some test show 83 fps others 58 fps. I think it deepens on where you drive and weather distance scaling are turned on.

 

I would at least wait on the next 8 core to see if you can justify their price :D If it is Broadwell-e they might clock low through.

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Originally Posted by G woodlogger View Post

I think there will be games where you would want a 6 or 8 core CPU:

Like

Just cause 3 and
http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Dirt-Rally-Spiel-55539/Specials/Benchmark-Test-1182995/galerie/2509578/

Also GTA 5 might look OK with a 4790k, but it is closer to a bottleneck than it looks like in taskmaster. I think it reserve a buffer to avoid stuttering from small spikes in CPU demand. Some test show 83 fps others 58 fps. I think it deepens on where you drive and weather distance scaling are turned on.

I would at least wait on the next 8 core to see if you can justify their price biggrin.gif If it is Broadwell-e they might clock low through.

4790k with bottleneck? Are you crazy? Look These benchmarks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoFzi3WdNZo&list=PLC85l4CwqZZBGSYnXRv0d3nUzKP70CXMA
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Haswell-E
Skylake-E

Skylake-E will offer a 10-core cpu but it is rumored to cost 1500 dollar tongue.gif

But in my opinion your best bet would be haswell-E. But it won't improve your gaming performance by much in most games but neither will the i7-6700k..
Skylake-E is not out untill 2017/2018 so you are thinking about Broadwell-E.
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Skylake-E is not out untill 2017/2018 so you are thinking about Broadwell-E.

haha right, sorry. Not sure why I thought about Skylake-E already.
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4790k with bottleneck? Are you crazy? Look These benchmarks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoFzi3WdNZo&list=PLC85l4CwqZZBGSYnXRv0d3nUzKP70CXMA

You are right the CPU benchmarks I saw were actually limited by GPU, I should have read the fine print :o

But basically we (me and op) are on the same CPU and we can wait to see how things develop, roamer is that Hitman will be CPU demanding because of the large number or NPC. Buying a 6700 will probably be too limiting, in too many games, to soon, I think.

 

EDIT: At least when you are on high level GPU.

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post #27 of 27
The other option might be to just get a new Z87 or Z97 ATX motherboard, that way you can re-use your current CPU and RAM and get the spacing you want. By the time you sell your current board it shouldn't be much of a cost to you.
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