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post #11 of 28
From a pure gaming perspective the 6700k is better. The 5820k only really shines in productivity tasks, but a few games that can leverage the extra cores on the 5820k will have a slight advantage.

The 6700k is overpriced like crazy right now. It's price has actually increased since release. They were selling about 10$ more than the Devil Canyon 4970k when they were first released, but now they are 70$ more expensive or so.
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Most benches comparing the two are at stock so the 6700k being 700Mhz faster would obviously beat it in games. But even at stock, the 5820k will beat it at multi-threaded tasks and would only get even better overclocked. I just want to see how they are in games at a more even playing field when there isn't a 700Mhz gap.

Is there any comparisons of both at 4.5Ghz range to give a fair comparison? I will be overclocking this rig as far as possible either way so I'd like to see some real numbers here if possible instead of stock speeds that mean nothing.
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The only good that will come out of the X99 socket system is the next set of chips for it.
     
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Most benches comparing the two are at stock so the 6700k being 700Mhz faster would obviously beat it in games. But even at stock, the 5820k will beat it at multi-threaded tasks and would only get even better overclocked. I just want to see how they are in games at a more even playing field when there isn't a 700Mhz gap.

Is there any comparisons of both at 4.5Ghz range to give a fair comparison? I will be overclocking this rig as far as possible either way so I'd like to see some real numbers here if possible instead of stock speeds that mean nothing.

In fact there is. My testing. See my firestrike scores. Both my systems. One 6700k and the other 5820k. Notice the 6700k is at 4.6ghz and the 5820k is at 4.5ghz and the 6700k still gets beat. By alot - 19%. And thats with the 5820k still being 100MHz down...

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7575517/fs/6368897
Edited by ZXMustang - 2/15/16 at 9:12pm
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In fact there is. My testing. See my firestrike scores. Both my systems. One 6700k and the other 5820k. Notice the 6700k is at 4.6ghz and the 5820k is at 4.5ghz and the 6700k still gets beat. By alot - 19%. And thats with the 5820k still being 100MHz down...

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7575517/fs/6368897


Thanks, a fair comparison is what I was looking for and you proved my suspicions. Both are so close in FPS you can't say one is better in gaming than the other. But any heavy workloads the 5820k will crush the 6700k and costs less.

I think people are letting the excitement of 14nm get the best of them.
Edited by Shaded War - 2/15/16 at 9:42pm
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In fact there is. My testing. See my firestrike scores. Both my systems. One 6700k and the other 5820k. Notice the 6700k is at 4.6ghz and the 5820k is at 4.5ghz and the 6700k still gets beat. By alot - 19%. And thats with the 5820k still being 100MHz down...

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7575517/fs/6368897

A stock 5820K scores 14.4K in FS's Physics, so you really do not need to oc that much when it comes to this synthetic bench.
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Get the 6700k for a gaming rig that will never use more than 2 gpus otherwise 5820k. Overclocked the 6700k is the better processor in the majority of games(although this difference as mentioned is marginal at best). However, z170 gives you better ram options and newer features not found on x99, especially on midrange boards. I've been giving serious thought to ditching skylake for haswell-e and have come to the conclusion that for gaming and 1-2 gpus 6700k wins due to the newer chipset, for 3+ gpus 5820k is the way to go.
    
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Get the 6700k for a gaming rig that will never use more than 2 gpus otherwise 5820k. Overclocked the 6700k is the better processor in the majority of games(although this difference as mentioned is marginal at best). However, z170 gives you better ram options and newer features not found on x99, especially on midrange boards. I've been giving serious thought to ditching skylake for haswell-e and have come to the conclusion that for gaming and 1-2 gpus 6700k wins due to the newer chipset, for 3+ gpus 5820k is the way to go.

But it doesnt win. And its doesnt have better ram options than the X99. Not sure where you are getting this info from, but both use DDR4. And the 5820k can run with the 6700k at lower or similar clock speeds.
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X99 will also support Broadwell-E.

Dunno if it matters at all, but there's that too.
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X99 will also support Broadwell-E.

Dunno if it matters at all, but there's that too.

I will be doing this most likely depending on the results of the new broadwellE testing.
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