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In Heaven, for example, are you able to reach the same fps's with 6950x compared to 6700k@4.8+???
I guess you are thinking of 6950x, not 5960x... I am not able to use 100:100 in this cpu over 2800...

Hello

Not at all. 5960X with the R5E. Not sure if I posted screenshots of 3400 memory speed but I'm sure full stability testing results are posted using all available memory dividers from 2133 through 3200 using the 100 strap.
Edited by Praz - 7/14/16 at 6:31am
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Probably games (not multithreaded) and graphic tests will offer better scores the highest the frequency is... Thats why I asked you if you had turned off some cores...

In Heaven, for example, are you able to reach the same fps's with 6950x compared to 6700k@4.8+???
I guess you are thinking of 6950x, not 5960x... I am not able to use 100:100 in this cpu over 2800...

frankly, a 5960x or the 6950x is not going to best a 6700K in Heaven or Valley. If game FPS is the metric, the 6700K is the CPU to get. Different tools for different jobs, or nuts. wink.gif
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Hello

A better option for that memory is 3200/straight 13 or 3400/straight 14. With either more thorough stability testing is recommended.
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Hello

Not at all. 5960X with the R5E. Not sure if I posted screenshots of 3400 memory speed but I'm sure full stability testing results are posted using all available memory dividers from 2133 through 3200 using the 100 strap.


Wow, please post some pics with timings to try it...

smile.gif

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frankly, a 5960x or the 6950x is not going to best a 6700K in Heaven or Valley. If game FPS is the metric, the 6700K is the CPU to get. Different tools for different jobs, or nuts. wink.gif

A 6950x capable of 4.8+ in water should work as well as 6700k... smile.gif
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Wow, please post some pics with timings to try it...

smile.gif
A 6950x capable of 4.8+ in water should work as well as 6700k... smile.gif

lol - actually I'm not sure about that... SKL has the best per-core performance AFAIK, and benches like valley and heaven only use 4 cores.

an OCN member put an interesting test up once: "Instructions_per_tick_during_branchless_decompression_32-threaded". may be helpful for this purpose.
Edited by Jpmboy - 7/14/16 at 6:49am
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Wow, please post some pics with timings to try it...

Hello

Timings are not the solution so would be of little help.
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Caught me unawares after the Uncore Spanish inquisition, which nobody expected (may have to look that one up also)
Lol the definition of overclockers abound tongue.gif
Your CPU is fried...
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Hello

Timings are not the solution so would be of little help.


Any advices to try 100:100???
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