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The goal is to have 6850Ks up on site by tomorrow evening, 6800K/6900K Saturday evening.

6850K binning has just started, 6800K and 6900K will start tomorrow followed by the 6950X next week. I will keep this thread updated with other availability information if needed. Will also try to share a little bit about what clock ranges I'm seeing later tonight.
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Really looking forward to your findings as, obviously, you test in large numbers.

Also, keep up the binning on the Haswell-E ... I suspect it will see a resurgence.
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So far not too bad. There will be 4.5s.
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Any idea on binned 6950x pricing? And do you ship to Canada?
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Any idea on binned 6950x pricing? And do you ship to Canada?

Pricing will be set once we bin them. Yes, we ship to Canada.
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So far not too bad. There will be 4.5s.

But will Broadwell-E at 4.5GHz outclass Haswell-E at the 4.7GHz ... your top slot for those? They claim a 5% IPC gain in Broadwell if I recall correctly? That seems to leave them even ... discounting the 10-core part obviously.

If it gets close enough, it's probably worth the IMC upgrade to have it. There's just a never ending stream of posts on how poorly the Haswell-E handles memory overclocking.
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Keep up the great work and looking forward to seeing the binning results!
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There will be 4.6s as well, at least on the 6850K.

Voltage range we will stick to will probably be 1.328 on the lower bins to 1.376 on the high end.
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There will be 4.6s as well, at least on the 6850K.

You should have a YouTube channel for some of these sessions. It would be really fascinating I think.

The 6850K would be my choice and I see it's first to release on your site. It seems like a decent upgrade from the 5820K while still being affordable.

Oh, 6/3 is tomorrow. No wonder you're binning 6850K's this evening.
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4.6 means Broadwell-E won't be entirely a flop after all. A 4.6 Broadwell will definitely overtop the previous Haswell-E kings.

This also looks like Broadwell-E can clock higher than Desktop Broadwell, 4.2 seemed to be the most common in the broadwell thread. Definitely haven't seen anyone anywhere near 4.6 stable on a 5775C.
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