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post #11 of 133
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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.

A twitch stream could be fun, although it probably isn't as interesting as you'd think. Lots of bluescreens, heat, and flipping back and forth between motherboards with a remote to an HDMI switch. tongue.gif
post #12 of 133
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A twitch stream could be fun, although it probably isn't as interesting as you'd think. Lots of bluescreens, heat, and flipping back and forth between motherboards with a remote to an HDMI switch. tongue.gif
I'd be really interested in seeing a Twitch stream.
post #13 of 133
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I'd be really interested in seeing a Twitch stream.

I'll keep it in mind, I don't see why we couldn't do it in the future.

These overclocks are all over the place. A few can only do Realbench at 4.1, a few can do it at 4.6. It's been awhile since I've seen so much variance. I'm done for the night though, expect 6850Ks to be up on the site late afternoon tomorrow.
post #14 of 133
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First round of 6850Ks is about to go up.
post #15 of 133
Looks like I'll be waiting for the next round.

Edit: Or not! 4.6 GHz confirmed. Woot!
post #16 of 133
Well, those 4.6's didn't last long ... did you post any? I see the others but I suspect any 4.6 left the barn as soon as it was posted.
post #17 of 133
I was wondering if you could share (qualitatively or quantitatively) how the median and variance of the 6800k vs 6850k compare? It would be interesting to know if there is statistically significant binning going on between the two.

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post #18 of 133
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Well, those 4.6's didn't last long ... did you post any? I see the others but I suspect any 4.6 left the barn as soon as it was posted.

There were two, they both sold within a few minutes.
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I was wondering if you could share (qualitatively or quantitatively) how the median and variance of the 6800k vs 6850k compare? It would be interesting to know if there is statistically significant binning going on between the two.

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Once we have a larger test sample, we'll post the statistics like the Skylake processors have. If it's anything like the 5820K/5930K they'll be near exactly the same.
post #19 of 133
Ah cool thanks
post #20 of 133
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Both the 6800K and 6900K topped out at 4,4GHz this round. Either I had good luck with the 6850Ks, or bad luck with these.
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