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Sound and some bling, kinda went all out on this one

I went back and forth between the Strix and the Deluxe II. Ultimately I went with the Deluxe II becuase of the features and accessories, but I really preferred the way the Strix looked. Let me know how the Strix works out for you!thumb.gif
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Okay so we're up and running! I love this case first off!
So results coming from my i72600k overclocked to 4.4 to the 6800k running at stock speeds for now are -
Sony Vegas - 10 minute movie encoded to MP4 - saw an increase of 41% faster.
After Effects rendering a project without particles - 29% faster.
Realbench was 31.3% better score.
Geekbench was only a 3% better score (3556) but in Multithread 37.7% faster (19665)

Cinebench score included


Going fishing today - time to overclock tomorrow!
Hope this helps someone.
post #124 of 7252

If i beg in the streets and get $1 per day, it will only take 2500 days to buy a 6950X.

 

Resorting to OC the 5960X to 6900K OC speeds.

post #125 of 7252
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Originally Posted by iggy097 View Post

Okay so we're up and running! I love this case first off!
So results coming from my i72600k overclocked to 4.4 to the 6800k running at stock speeds for now are -
Sony Vegas - 10 minute movie encoded to MP4 - saw an increase of 41% faster.
After Effects rendering a project without particles - 29% faster.
Realbench was 31.3% better score.
Geekbench was only a 3% better score (3556) but in Multithread 37.7% faster (19665)

Cinebench score included


Going fishing today - time to overclock tomorrow!
Hope this helps someone.
looking good going from a 3570k to a 6800k excited
post #126 of 7252
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Originally Posted by ctepp View Post

Its certaintly not worth an updgrade, but if you are getting a new cpu anyway I would go with the newer technology. Microcenter has 6800k for $400, at about $80 more than the 5820k. I'd pay the 80 for newer tech and most likely a slight performance edge (stats are still coming in) but I think its also rationale to save the extra $ depending on your budget.

Do you think so? I'm in the same dilemma but I'm struggling with paying 20-25% more for an 6800k, a mixed bag in performance, but 5-10% improvement but worse overclocking for the 6800k?

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-5820K-vs-Intel-Core-i7-6800K/2579vs3607
Edited by JamesSR - 6/4/16 at 12:38pm
post #127 of 7252
I have to agree with James here. Quite a lot heavier price tag, few percentage performance improvement and most evidence shows weaker overclocking potential. Why would anyone pay more for that?

Also older motherboards are cheaper than the new ones with factory bios Broadwell-E support. Feature wise nothing major has changed on the newer mobos as far as I know.
post #128 of 7252
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Do you think so? I'm in the same dilemma but I'm struggling with paying 20-25% more for an 6800k, a mixed bag in performance, but 5-10% improvement but worse overclocking for the 6800k?

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-5820K-vs-Intel-Core-i7-6800K/2579vs3607

Man im having the same thought. I think 5820K "might" be a better deal. Just imo though.
post #129 of 7252
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Man im having the same thought. I think 5820K "might" be a better deal. Just imo though.

I still can't decide what I want buy >.< 6700k/5820k/6800k
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I still can't decide what I want buy >.< 6700k/5820k/6800k

If you're unsure, go with the 6700k. It's a great chip. Most folks who get 6+ core Intel chips know for sure that they want/need it.
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