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You dont need to upgrade my man. In reality a 2600k running at 4.6ghz is good for an easy 5 more years, easily. If you got extra income burning a hole look at new HDR tv's, best investment in tech right now.

I already have a 4K curved HDR lol.

Just figured new processor would make 4K rendering faster
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I already have a 4K curved HDR lol.

Just figured new processor would make 4K rendering faster

Oh it would but it wouldnt save enough time in a day to be worth spending all that money on a new board/chip/ram etc, unless that is all you do on your pc.

And what tv you get? I just ordered a vizio P55 from best buy, should be here on thursday snagged it on a deal for 1099.00 smile.gif
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That's how it looked out of the box. also, the seal was opened before, it's like a split on top and bottom.. I went from 4.5=1808 on my old chip to 4.7=1898 with the "new" one....

carlhil2: At the 4.7Ghz setting can you run Asus RealBench without errors?
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carlhil2: At the 4.7Ghz setting can you run Asus RealBench without errors?
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I’m building a machine for SolidWorks and Modo. SolidWorks likes low cores / high clock speeds, Modo takes advantage of every core you have during rendering. So ideally, I’d like to have a 6-core machine that overclocks well.

I initially bought a 5820K w/ H100i v2 cooling and an X99 Sabertooth board and G Skill DDR4-3200 32Gb kit (F4-3200C16Q-32GTZB, which is not an ASUS approved kit). My overclock was completely underwhelming at 4.01 using the utility, and 4.1 manually, unless I went with crazy high voltages and even then it was not completely stable. After looking at the top OC’s on this site for 5820’s, it appears the most common board to use is an ASUS x99-deluxe. If I could get to 4.5 (the same speed as my 3770K work machine) I’d be happy.

I’m returning the Sabertooth because I don’t believe it’s worth the money. After reading about the 6800’s, those don’t sound particularly promising w/ regards to oc’ing either, and I’m not crazy about the extra heat they produce.

My question is, do I go with older technology and go with the 5820K / ASUS x99-Deluxe or X99-E? Or do I wait and see what the new X99 boards do with the 6800’s? The other possibility is completely change plans and go 6700K and try for a very strong OC (4.8+) and save a little $$$.

(A 5930+/6850+ chips are a faint, distant possibility)
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Can you do the stress test at 1 hour, 32gb ram? 1 run of the benchmark is not enough to indicate stability or not. smile.gif
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Can you do the stress test at 1 hour, 32gb ram? 1 run of the benchmark is not enough to indicate stability or not. smile.gif

I agree, running benchmarks is a waste of time. Use your PC as you normally do, that is how you see if its stable.
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I’m building a machine for SolidWorks and Modo. SolidWorks likes low cores / high clock speeds, Modo takes advantage of every core you have during rendering. So ideally, I’d like to have a 6-core machine that overclocks well.

I initially bought a 5820K w/ H100i v2 cooling and an X99 Sabertooth board and G Skill DDR4-3200 32Gb kit (F4-3200C16Q-32GTZB, which is not an ASUS approved kit). My overclock was completely underwhelming at 4.01 using the utility, and 4.1 manually, unless I went with crazy high voltages and even then it was not completely stable. After looking at the top OC’s on this site for 5820’s, it appears the most common board to use is an ASUS x99-deluxe. If I could get to 4.5 (the same speed as my 3770K work machine) I’d be happy.

I’m returning the Sabertooth because I don’t believe it’s worth the money. After reading about the 6800’s, those don’t sound particularly promising w/ regards to oc’ing either, and I’m not crazy about the extra heat they produce.

My question is, do I go with older technology and go with the 5820K / ASUS x99-Deluxe or X99-E? Or do I wait and see what the new X99 boards do with the 6800’s? The other possibility is completely change plans and go 6700K and try for a very strong OC (4.8+) and save a little $$$.

(A 5930+/6850+ chips are a faint, distant possibility)

 

4.5ghz on a 5820k for the type of intensive workload you are running, will likely not happen on an AIO.. you will need better water to hold load temps down. I have nearly the same rig (x99 champion) and run 4/4/3200 for daily with HT off.. this rig was folding 24/7 at these specs all last winter.

 

 The one advantage that BW-E will have will be memory.. as bandwidth is higher by default when compared to HW-E.. but; there is no longer cache OC for BW-E to the same extent. BW-E will not clock as high either, smaller process means its much more sensitive to internal heat..and it gets hot very fast.

 

 *If you can stand it: throw some meaner fans on your radiator..@ 100% tilt and see if you can stomach the noise needed to push for more speed. Since you already have a nice system.. you may consider looking into a custom water setup that can help control that beast @ +4.4ghz though  ;)

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I’m building a machine for SolidWorks and Modo. SolidWorks likes low cores / high clock speeds, Modo takes advantage of every core you have during rendering. So ideally, I’d like to have a 6-core machine that overclocks well.

I initially bought a 5820K w/ H100i v2 cooling and an X99 Sabertooth board and G Skill DDR4-3200 32Gb kit (F4-3200C16Q-32GTZB, which is not an ASUS approved kit). My overclock was completely underwhelming at 4.01 using the utility, and 4.1 manually, unless I went with crazy high voltages and even then it was not completely stable. After looking at the top OC’s on this site for 5820’s, it appears the most common board to use is an ASUS x99-deluxe. If I could get to 4.5 (the same speed as my 3770K work machine) I’d be happy.

I’m returning the Sabertooth because I don’t believe it’s worth the money. After reading about the 6800’s, those don’t sound particularly promising w/ regards to oc’ing either, and I’m not crazy about the extra heat they produce.

My question is, do I go with older technology and go with the 5820K / ASUS x99-Deluxe or X99-E? Or do I wait and see what the new X99 boards do with the 6800’s? The other possibility is completely change plans and go 6700K and try for a very strong OC (4.8+) and save a little $$$.

(A 5930+/6850+ chips are a faint, distant possibility)

If you look at the rig in my signature I have a pretty close setup and I get 4.5 GHz @ 1.262 V pretty easily. I think that you just have a bad 5820k. The Sabertooth has been a great board. What bios are you running?
     
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Can you do the stress test at 1 hour, 32gb ram? 1 run of the benchmark is not enough to indicate stability or not. smile.gif
Lol, I will do all of that once I get a new mobo. I just did a couple of runs with 2 different versions of realbench. this mobo doesn't let me OC my ram like my old mobo did.. I am not going to waste my time dialing in my settings for a proper OC til then.. smile.gif here was the updated realbench run.
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