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You must not have read much of it to say that... Plenty of benchmark results here. I haven't gotten around to running any benches or playing games with mine yet, but it's installed and waiting for me to get done with work so I can finally use it!

I am just annoyed by the fact that EK is so late with the water block frown.gif my PC looks like crap with two different Titan X in.
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There are way more posts by disgruntled non-owners. Stop trying to defend them. Thanks!
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I just say the thread title be changed to owners club. Don't need a spreadsheet.

EDIT: just noticed it's already been changed. biggrin.gif

Hmm thinking about ordering parts up for a 6950X just to compare systems and keep the one I like. wink.gif

Dude, did you read the link to Eurogamer that you posted? It shows mainstream i7 is still the way to go for the vast majority of games. If you have other tasks to do like video editing or transcoding go ahead and grab a nicely clocked 6-10 core HEDT chip, otherwise don't waste your money.
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I am just annoyed by the fact that EK is so late with the water block frown.gif my PC looks like crap with two different Titan X in.

They are even later with backplates.
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My first bench, needs water..
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/218525
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I am just annoyed by the fact that EK is so late with the water block frown.gif my PC looks like crap with two different Titan X in.

Me too frown.gif I have a water cooled 970 in my gaming system now (haven't taken the loop apart yet to add the Titan X) and an air cooled Titan X in the next PCI-e slot. So awkward...
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There are way more posts by disgruntled non-owners. Stop trying to defend them. Thanks!

I've literally read every post in this thread and my analysis is entirely different from yours. That begs the question: have you done the same (read every post)? Lots of excited owners talking about shipping confirmations, delays, finally receiving their cards, and actually using them. Maybe you only read the first 7 pages of the thread before the cards launched and came in here to post your opinion, but the rest of the thread is nothing like you say.
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Dude, did you read the link to Eurogamer that you posted? It shows mainstream i7 is still the way to go for the vast majority of games. If you have other tasks to do like video editing or transcoding go ahead and grab a nicely clocked 6-10 core HEDT chip, otherwise don't waste your money.

People who buy 2x Titan XP love wasting money!
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People who buy 2x Titan XP love wasting money!

This is true... I'm debating between a 6900k/cherry-picked 5960x/6950x for my media server/encoding machine. But then again I have 2 Dell servers with dual six-core processors (each) that I might just repurpose for the encoding side of things and skip spending $1000-2000 on a CPU.
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Dude, did you read the link to Eurogamer that you posted? It shows mainstream i7 is still the way to go for the vast majority of games. If you have other tasks to do like video editing or transcoding go ahead and grab a nicely clocked 6-10 core HEDT chip, otherwise don't waste your money.

I just like building computers... wink.gif
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I remember reading rumors that big pascal would end up creating CPU bottlenecks, very interesting to see that that's actually true. Though not by that much.

So now we're at a strange point where the latest arch with less cores (6700k) is the better option for gaming, but DX12 is just around the corner DX12 has arrived and any games using it can end up using more than 4 cores far more effectively, thus suddenly making the -E chips very interesting for gaming purposes.

To anyone currently trying to figure out what is best for them, look at the games you're playing and going to play. For me I'm playing a game from 2013 a lot right now which only has DX11 support yet is quite hard on the CPU and GPU. in the future I'll be playing some BF1 which is most likely a full DX12 title but probably not a whole lot, just some casual games. I think I'll keep my 6700k for now but I for my next CPU upgrade I might switch to the enthusiast platform with the hope that intel has native USB3.1 Gen2 support by then.

It really depends on the resolution and frame rate. So if you're going for 144Hz at 1440p and have the gpu power to push past that many frames, certain spots in some games like crysis 3 are really cpu demanding and a 6700k would limit you from reaching that 144fps
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