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I got my 6900K, the known store in Germany decided it is a good idea to send it in a bubble-wrap envelope so needless to say it's not in a good shape anymore. Haven't opened the package yet, I'm furious. mad.gif

Who cares about the paperbox? tongue.gif

The cpu is safe in the plastic smile.gif
post #232 of 7252
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Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post

Who cares about the paperbox? tongue.gif

The cpu is safe in the plastic smile.gif

Well not much plastic to cover it really. Looks like someone had been jumping on it during shipment. Last time I ordered my 4960X the processor was almost out of the whole box...

Anyway, very careless to send an expensive item in a bubble wrap envelope...I asked if they would send the i7-6950X in envelope too and they said yeah.

Anyway, time to test the proc when I have the motivation and less lack of sleep to do some plumbing and reinstall the RVE into the case.
Edited by xarot - 6/7/16 at 4:51am
post #233 of 7252
I am starting to get parts for a new computer.. looking at this page;

http://www.techspot.com/review/1187-intel-core-i7-6950x-broadwell-e/

I may go with the 6850K.

All of them say memory DDR4-2400.

But looking at X99 motherboards they say memory supported, well some say up to DDR4 3466, 3400, 3333, etc.

I'm going to put 128GB memory in it. I am just wondering when I do go to purchase memory should I look for faster stuff or just get whatever? Does Broadwell-E support 128GB or will I only be able to do 64GB max?

Does anyone know how much memory Skylake will take up to? I may even go with an i7 6700K.
Edited by yuppicide - 6/7/16 at 6:14am
post #234 of 7252
I wonder if there is much difference running these (6900K) in SLI or CF @4K, or even @5K compared to a 6700K. I do have a Z170 with a plx chip to run 2 PCIe@ x16 for the GPU's and this made quite a difference in a bunch of games @4 and 5K (20-50%!! 50% only for a handful though).
post #235 of 7252
I ordered the 6800K to replace my 4.7GHz 5820k@ 1.3V

Hopefully I will get an equally good overclocing CPU.
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post #236 of 7252
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Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post

I ordered the 6800K to replace my 4.7GHz 5820k@ 1.3V

Hopefully I will get an equally good overclocing CPU.

From what we've seen so far, even 4.5 GHz is proving hard to hit without substantial cooling and voltages. Good luck though, hoping it works out for ya!
post #237 of 7252
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Originally Posted by Exolaris View Post

From what we've seen so far, even 4.5 GHz is proving hard to hit without substantial cooling and voltages. Good luck though, hoping it works out for ya!

A 4.3GHz 6800K should be as fast as my 4.7GHz 5820K so hopefully I get one thats capable of 4.4GHz and higher @ 1.3V

If I remember correctly Haswell-E was the same people were getting 4.3GHz-4.5GHz at most so I'm positive.
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post #238 of 7252
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Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post

A 4.3GHz 6800K should be as fast as my 4.7GHz 5820K so hopefully I get one thats capable of 4.4GHz and higher @ 1.3V

If I remember correctly Haswell-E was the same people were getting 4.3GHz-4.5GHz at most so I'm positive.

Doubt that
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post #239 of 7252
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Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post

A 4.3GHz 6800K should be as fast as my 4.7GHz 5820K so hopefully I get one thats capable of 4.4GHz and higher @ 1.3V

If I remember correctly Haswell-E was the same people were getting 4.3GHz-4.5GHz at most so I'm positive.
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Doubt that

Which part are you doubting?
post #240 of 7252
They finally arrived today!! smile.gif

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