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Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post

In farcry 4 I getting ~20% more fps in certan cpu hungry places with ht=off on 5960x and 6900k tongue.gif
Farcry 4 hates 8 core and HT. 6 core + ht is good tongue.gif Tested with my 5930k tongue.gif

thats just how hyperthreading is. queues do that
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Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post

In farcry 4 I getting ~20% more fps in certan cpu hungry places with ht=off on 5960x and 6900k tongue.gif
Farcry 4 hates 8 core and HT. 6 core + ht is good tongue.gif Tested with my 5930k tongue.gif

Even 6 cores + HT is not that good. From the digital foundary benchmark I've seen 5820K got beaten by 4790K at around similar clocks, and the 5960X got beaten by 5820K.
The more cores + HT the worse this game will scale.
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I have ~1400 with 5930K at 4.6ghz ans 4.5 Cache / 3200 C15
I'll keep my 5930K, 6850K will be worse, especially in OC

I'm still thinking whether to install my 4.75GHz 5820 back and sell the 6800K.
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I should've kept my 5930 too. The 6950X is a turd - 20*C core difference and max. 4.2-4.3GHz on strong LC loop.
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I'm still thinking whether to install my 4.75GHz 5820 back and sell the 6800K.

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I should've kept my 5930 too. The 6950X is a turd - 20*C core difference and max. 4.2-4.3GHz on strong LC loop.

So keeping my 5820k is a better decision, I had a 6800k in my wishlist for purchase next week, but the more I read the more I'm shying away from Broadwell-e.
Ahh but the upgrade bug keeps biting.. biggrin.gif
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I know there;s a lot of disappointment with BWE... tho I gotta say, I'm good to go with this 6950X. day driver settings are 4.4/3.8 with 3400 ram. My 5960X was 4.7/4.2 with 3200 ram... no buyers remorse yet assuming the 6950X can hold up to 1.36V.
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What's your Vcore for 4.4GHz, 1.36V?
6950X is impossible to cool past 1.30V mad.gif
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I know there;s a lot of disappointment with BWE... tho I gotta say, I'm good to go with this 6950X. day driver settings are 4.4/3.8 with 3400 ram. My 5960X was 4.7/4.2 with 3200 ram... no buyers remorse yet assuming the 6950X can hold up to 1.36V.

You're my goto guy (1 million and 1 questions..lol)
Does higher speed ram effect the BCLK with Broadwell-e like it did with Haswell-e, or does it depend on the kit?
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What's your Vcore for 4.4GHz, 1.36V?
6950X is impossible to cool past 1.30V mad.gif

This is load dependant. A good water cooling loop will hold 1.35V in Handbrake encodes, and around 1.43V for games with a 6950X. If you spend more time running AVX2 Prime95 than using your rig for tasks tho, yes, you will be limited to 1.25V max.
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R14? You mean R15, Thats a low score since my 6800@4.3GHz / 3.6 Cache w/3000MHz CL14 RAM did 1342.
He is still jealous since he doesn't have a 400W GTX1080 like you. thumb.gif

Yea, R14, i was at work when i typed that. Anyway, I have not really messed w/ the memory settings.. Ram is at XMP settings. I did for hell of it, bumped up my speeds to 4.3 and ran R14. I got 1258 (this is off my head) not sure the exact numbers. I have a gigabyte board and I don't see "ram cache" setting in bios. Is it worded differently?

I can't seem to get 4.3 stable, requires more volts so will leave it to 4.2 for 24/7 use.
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