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I posted that and decided to give google a try, and here it is: http://www.kitguru.net/components/ryan-martin/intel-core-i7-6950x-broadwell-e-10-core-cpu-review/3/
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Yes, I will be waiting for ROG STRIX X99 GAMING and i7 6950x benchmarks, and if it proves the same 4.1-4.3 ghz overclock I will get z170 instead. Although if it is 4.3ghz guarantee, I might think a bit...

Definitely not guaranteed unless you grt a pretested CPU as some arent capable of 4.1 GHz 24/7.
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Oh man, I so much wanted a 6950X but this is the first time in years I really couldn't afford one, having owned only Extreme chips in my main rig since 2008. tongue.gif The prices in Germany are around 1770€ + 20€ shipping, so 1790 €...in my country lowest price is 1905€ currently. If even 4 GHz is not realistic 24x7 clock on some chips, with my luck I would get a crappy chip anyway.



Ordered a 6900K for 1139€ shipped since I already sold my average 5960X. Currently on my old 4960X/RIVE BE which is a rocksolid combination. Shouldn't even upgrade but my RVE and 32 GB 3000 RAM are sitting in a box. Well if the new chip is a dodgy one I might be selling all my X99 parts alltogether or get an used 5820K off the bay.
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Just ordered the 6800k from newegg. Who's getting?

I picked on up at Micro Center yesterday for $399.99. Mixed bags, but as it stands right now, I'll be selling or returning it. My 5960x, which I consider to be above average, is returning the same Cinebench single core results. Admittedly, my 5960x is a great example, but I was doing clock to clock comparisons on the same rig. The best single I got with the 6800k at 4.8 was 198cb. 196cb best for the 5960x.

Clock for clock, the 6800k took more voltage to stabilize at any given frequency compared to my 5960x. This resulted in temps comparable to Haswell-E.

The cache on my 6800k does not OC well.

I was able to pull off a best of 1512cb multi core / 198cb single in R15 @ 4.8, which seems pretty damn good, but the chip is far from stable at that speed.

With limited stability testing so far, 4.6GHz @ 1.37v may end up being my chips best stable overclock.

Anyways, here's a R15 run at 4.6.

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I picked on up at Micro Center yesterday for $399.99. Mixed bags, but as it stands right now, I'll be selling or returning it. My 5960x, which I consider to be above average, is returning the same Cinebench single core results. Admittedly, my 5960x is a great example, but I was doing clock to clock comparisons on the same rig. The best single I got with the 6800k at 4.8 was 198cb. 196cb best for the 5960x.

Clock for clock, the 6800k took more voltage to stabilize at any given frequency compared to my 5960x. This resulted in temps comparable to Haswell-E.

The cache on my 6800k does not OC well.

I was able to pull off a best of 1512cb multi core / 198cb single in R15 @ 4.8, which seems pretty damn good, but the chip is far from stable at that speed.

With limited stability testing so far, 4.6GHz @ 1.37v may end up being my chips best stable overclock.

Anyways, here's a R15 run at 4.6.


Thats a little better than my 5820k@4.6. My R15 multithreaded score is 1355 at the same OC. My voltage is set to 1.320. I guess Ill hold on to my chip.
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...but 6800 @ 4.8 GHz will wreck everything!!!! rolleyes.gif
 
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Thats a little better than my 5820k@4.6. My R15 multithreaded score is 1355 at the same OC. My voltage is set to 1.320. I guess Ill hold on to my chip.

Yes Sir. No doubt that this score would have been a little better with cache/memory tweaks, but the cache on this chip just doesn't want to be messed with.

I really want the 6950x to replace my 5960x, but if this 6800k is an indication of the single core performance of Broadwell-E, the 6950x won't work for me especially at the expected max OC of 4.3GHz or lower. While it would be noticeably faster in maximized multi threaded applications, I enjoy single threaded performance almost equally.

Anyways, I have a couple of 1080s showing up tomorrow so that might offset my slight Broadwell-E depression. biggrin.gif
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Some shops are selling this for :

http://fits.online-reseller.at/eshop.php?action=article_detail&s_supplier_aid=2577321


*HAHAHAH*


*without shipping of course biggrin.gif
 
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...but 6800 @ 4.8 GHz will wreck everything!!!! rolleyes.gif

I laughed when I read that also. tongue.gif

Looking like LN2 might be needed for 4.8GHz on these things, which is sad.

I'm pretty tempted to sit it out and wait for Skylake-E, especially if they're going to stick to this ridiculous price structure. 75% increase for 2 more cores and gimped OC'ing? rolleyes.gif
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