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Benchmark fame and glory of course smile.gif
Honestly, I'm still seeing measurable improvements in application performance that map to increases in memory throughput at this point.

We don't seem, even at 82GB/s, to be at a clear saturation point where there's nothing left to be gained in large memory image, random access applications.

Of course, your application needs to make use of that and clearly some/many don't, but in the world of computes and big, data, they certainly do.
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

Honestly, I'm still seeing measurable improvements in application performance that map to increases in memory throughput at this point.

We don't seem, even at 82GB/s, to be at a clear saturation point where there's nothing left to be gained in large memory image, random access applications.

Of course, your application needs to make use of that and clearly some/many don't, but in the world of computes and big, data, they certainly do.

Actually I found copying large files seems to make good use of that extra cache speed.
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Each one talk about safevoltage.com and anythink like that... I suggest him to put his cpu voltage to 1.6V and tried to oc his 6950x or 6900K to 5.2ghz ✌️
OC is good but needs to be done safely.
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Originally Posted by ELIAS-EH View Post

Each one talk about safevoltage.com and anythink like that... I suggest him to put his cpu voltage to 1.6V and tried to oc his 6950x or 6900K to 5.2ghz ✌️
OC is good but needs to be done safely.
I'm just kidding. I have no more desire to fry my chip than anyone else...

Well, almost as little. biggrin.gif
post #6235 of 6495
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I predict $2,250 USD for 12c, hope we get cooler motherboards

I would be sad to see it at that price.
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So I been considering what to do for weeks, and eyeing the ever so elusive 6950X for months.

Thing is I really like AMD Ryzen, but I'm happy with my X99 system as it performs great and has better performance than Ryzen, so that sidestep I have kind of dropped.

My consideration now is whatever it is worth finalizing the X99 build and go for a 6950X, I have the chance to buy one at 50% of the normal price. I have read some stuff about 6950X degrading fast, is this correct?

I would like to future proof my PC, the 5960X is amazing but there is a nagging feeling that there is still a final step to take, i.e the 6950X.

With X299 around the corner, and AMD X390 there is also the possibility of 6950X being obselete for the money in a few months, and that wouldn't feel especially good.

Again, this is a luxury problem, what to do : )
    
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no issues? you must not be pushing it as hard as your x99 rigs. wink.gif
honestly, Overclocking the 7700K is nice and easy - as it should be.

Nah, I did, but you remember the oddities with the first 5820k/Gaming 7 setup, then going through 3 Strix boards and 2 6900k's being killed by those Strix boards (stacks of newegg reviews saying the same)...
@djgar was one of the lucky ones that never had problems.
Nothing I ever did to them, I've actually hammered the 7700k more than the x99 systems strangely enough.
I went to the shops came back to find my Strix/6900k powered off and dead....twice... It died doing nothing rolleyes.gif

I'm sure they'll bring that stability/rigidity of z170/z270 to x299 though biggrin.gif

I know what I'll be doing for the Skylake-X though, none of these mid ranged boards, straight for a Rampage, it was the midrange x99 boards that gave me grief.
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Ok, I just need a quick opinion. My current rig, the one as my profile pic with everything in it that you can imagine, I want to sell. Do you think I should try selling it as a PC, all or none, or would I be better off selling it in pieces? I have a feeling no one will want to buy this thing as is since whoever would buy it would probably want to build their own rig, not to mention how I would ship it as is.
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Anyone else have issues with the latest win10 update? It seems to have enabled Turbo Boost 3.0 max automatically which destabilized my system until I turned it off.
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So, what did you do to improve your bandwidth?

The previous post was shown using Ripjaws 4 DDR4 2400 CL15. Now using the memory listed in my signature.
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