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I'm too lazy to find & link the actual statistic benchmarks out there but it's on the internet somewhere.

6600k is actually better for gaming than the 6700k for 3 reasons:

-Hyperthreading actually decreases gaming performance by 1-5% because you're essentially splitting 1 core into 2 threads. You get more performance out of 1 core working at 99% versus 2 threads working at 99%. Even if I had a CPU with hyperthreading, i'd disable it (think you save 1-2C on well on temperatures)
-The 6600k will typically overclock faster than the 6700k. Yes the 6700k is clocked higher out of the box but it's more limited to overclock.
-The 6600k costs cheaper. Put that money into a Titan X Pascal SLI or something instead.

You can buy pre-overlocked CPU's from Siliconlottery.com. Notice they have 5.0Ghz 6600k's for sale but can't get the 6700k's past 4.9Ghz.

General rule of thumb more speed > cores. Since there's going to be people in here who cannot truly fathom their $1700 6950x or their $1000 5960k is being outbeat by a $250 processor, here is just a recent example using Ashes of Singularity which is one of the most CPU intensive DX12 games out there at the moment:

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2016/06/24/dx11_vs_dx12_intel_6700k_6950x_framerate_scaling/3#.V6pRNygrLAQ

FYI: I'm actually pro x99 platform. I came from a 4.7ghz 5960x. Nvidia killed that for me when they announced only 2 way SLI is supported in games now thus my Z170 platform "downgrade" (more like an upgrade IMO for games)

FYI 2: I think the only game in the world right now that actually uses more than 4 cores 'properly' would be Crytek games. You'll see people defending games like Crysis 3 up and down. I played that game once a year ago, beat it in several hours, and never played it again.

lol - this is such a myth. (eg, a statement lacking any basis in fact). "Outbeat", c'mon. But with regard to gaming.. a 6700K is fine, a 6600K is budget friendly and fully capable of playing most any game. The cpu dependence (or clock speed scaling) drops significantly as resolution increases. . (I have all 4 processors running right now).
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Hahahahaha..

Guess what guys..... With my luck, the first card that I ordered ( arrived last ), actually ended up being worse than the other two. Maximum boost is the same of the "lesser" card, but ends up being unstable at the same core clocks as the lesser card. Seems to TDP/Thermal throttle just a wee bit less though.

Looks like I'll be keeping the first two... sigh, should have just refused delivery.

On a side note here's my cards in Time Spy ( second card as at max OC, first card was not ):

Best card 182-425



Second best card 221-575

hey bud - it seems that every thing changes once you keep the core below 40C. Testing at ambient with core temps above 45C might be misleading. IDK, thermal scaling does not seem to track straight?
Edited by Jpmboy - 8/9/16 at 5:11pm
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So after installing my new titan, Im having a ram issue. Not sure if its related but my pc never has done this before I put in my titan. Im playing WoW and Im getting messages from windows saying Im out of memory. I checked it and I was topping out at 15.9gb out of 16gb. Anyone have any idea whats going on? Ive never had a issue with memory before. Is my new card in any way causing it to do that?
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Depends on the game. I had a 5.2GHz 3770k until a month ago. Noticed significant improvement in many games when switching to a 4.7GHz 5960x. But I'm also pushing a 165Hz monitor. I wouldn't be in a rush to upgrade it. It's a decent cpu. But if you look at dx12 games like tomb raider, there are scenes where it's using over 90% cpu usage across all 8 cores and moves from 60fpa in areas like Soviet station all the up to 165Hz. You should test tomb raider with your 3770k! I admit I never got to test it out with my 3770k.

Thanks for quick reply guess i will be sticking with the 3770k for now. i will try tomb raider in dx12 later today i had finished the game in dx11 before the dx12 patch came out so not been back on the game to try it...

How much voltage did you have to put in your 3770k to get 5.2Ghz? Mine is 5Ghz@1.320V
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Haswell-E VS Skylake | i7 5960X VS 6700K 4.5GHz Gaming performance | GTX 1080 FE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBqXgd5UDLs
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Congrats. You really need to tell us what you're trying to do though. Are you trying to game at 1080p 60hz? Then yes, you'll be fine abit overkill though.

Are you trying to create new world records in benchmarks? Then no, you aren't good as you'll need more cores and higher clock speeds to break world records.

Again, what are you trying to accomplish?

If you are interested here is a full list of my components, most of which I intend to buy:

- CPU: i5-6600k
- Mobo: Asus Maximus VIII Hero Z170
- RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 4, 2400 Mhz/CL15, 32 GB
- Drives:
SSD for Windows 10/programs: SanDisk Extreme PRO 240GB SATA 6.0Gb/s
HDD for the rest: WD Black 2 TB, 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD2003FZEX
- CPU Cooler: be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
- Case Z11 Neo
- PSU: Corsair RMi Series RM750i
- Screen: Asus ROG Swift PG279q

I intend to use it for 144 Hz gaming instead of 4k.

Asus PG279q 27" is my current weapon of choice (https://www.amazon.com/SWIFT-PG279Q-Screen-LED-Lit-Monitor/dp/B017EVR2VM/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1470787248&sr=1-1&keywords=asus+pg279q. I prefer a smooth gameplay to eye candy, so this is a 1440p IPS screen with G-Sync and 144Hz smile.gif

No breaking world records for me yet because I'm just learning and observing first.

In general, I just wanted to know if any of you had some problems with bottleneck or low performance using this particular i5 and Titan X, preferrably in 1440p or higher. I haven't upgraded my PC for a while but I have done my homework and I just wanted to make a right call. It's always better to have a second opinion smile.gif
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If you are interested here is a full list of my components, most of which I intend to buy:

- CPU: i5-6600k
- Mobo: Asus Maximus VIII Hero Z170
- RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 4, 2400 Mhz/CL15, 32 GB
- Drives:
SSD for Windows 10/programs: SanDisk Extreme PRO 240GB SATA 6.0Gb/s
HDD for the rest: WD Black 2 TB, 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD2003FZEX
- CPU Cooler: be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
- Case Z11 Neo
- PSU: Corsair RMi Series RM750i
- Screen: Asus ROG Swift PG279q

I intend to use it for 144 Hz gaming instead of 4k.

Asus PG279q 27" is my current weapon of choice (https://www.amazon.com/SWIFT-PG279Q-Screen-LED-Lit-Monitor/dp/B017EVR2VM/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1470787248&sr=1-1&keywords=asus+pg279q. I prefer a smooth gameplay to eye candy, so this is a 1440p IPS screen with G-Sync and 144Hz smile.gif

No breaking world records for me yet because I'm just learning and observing first.

In general, I just wanted to know if any of you had some problems with bottleneck or low performance using this particular i5 and Titan X, preferrably in 1440p or higher. I haven't upgraded my PC for a while but I have done my homework and I just wanted to make a right call. It's always better to have a second opinion smile.gif

Honestly it looks like a great system. Of course the response you receive will vary on who you ask here. Some are arguing just a few post above mine that hyper threading provided with the i7 series does provide some benefit now(compared to a few years ago when it was argued that HT didn't really help in games) while others are posting benchmarks showing that their X99 system is tying their lower end and cheaper Z710 system.

At the end of the day, given your budget, I think you've picked out great parts. Sure, you can buy an i7 but you'll have to increase your budget. Is the extra $100-$200 for the i7 within your budget? If so, then go for it assuming you can still eat 3 meals a day. smile.gif Otherwise don't sweat the stats and just simply enjoy gaming on your new rig!
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I would suggest a 480 512 GB SSD, a 240 will fill up fast
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lol - this is such a myth. (eg, a statement lacking any basis in fact). "Outbeat", c'mon. But with regard to gaming.. a 6700K is fine, a 6600K is budget friendly and fully capable of playing most any game. The cpu dependence (or clock speed scaling) drops significantly as resolution increases. . (I have all 4 processors running right now).
hey bud - it seems that every thing changes once you keep the core below 40C. Testing at ambient with core temps above 45C might be misleading. IDK, thermal scaling does not seem to track straight?

Interesting. How so? How's running a uniblock without the fan shroud. You recommend some strong active airflow or do you think it's fine with passive airflow from rads.

You think the two other cards might scale better than best card sub 40C?
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Haswell-E VS Skylake | i7 5960X VS 6700K 4.5GHz Gaming performance | GTX 1080 FE
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The ram speed would help a little also me thinks. 3200 vs 2666. cache, etc...
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As requested.



Just got home. Let me run a couple benches and see. Are these with or without HT?
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