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why not the 6800k?
It's more expensive and marginally better than the i7-5820K.

I don't know why people keep bringing up air cooling when the OP says water cooling.
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It's more expensive and marginally better than the i7-5820K.

I don't know why people keep bringing up air cooling when the OP says water cooling.

If OP means CLC or AIO then I wouldn't call that water cooling

As most people who run AIO/CLC on their PC and then switched to air cooler or decent air cooler,will agree you will have lower temps with air cooler than with AIO/CLC this has been my case

And yes I would agree with 6800k,those chips needs bit more vcore same speed and mostly they don't OC as 5820k,but again this is down to yours luck than anything else

My 5820k running 4.4GHz at 1.22v and 4.5GHz at 1.272v and 4.6GHz at 1.31v

Hope this helps

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It's more expensive and marginally better than the i7-5820K.

I don't know why people keep bringing up air cooling when the OP says water cooling.
its marginally expensive and worth the expense if hes buying new.
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its marginally expensive and worth the expense if hes buying new.
How is paying another $60 for similar performance remotely worth it?
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How is paying another $60 for similar performance remotely worth it?
the price difference is a little over $40 on amazon, and if hes near a microcenter, even better. its worth getting the latest cpu unless he can find a 5820k for around $320 brand new, then thats a different story.
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the price difference is a little over $40 on amazon, and if hes near a microcenter, even better. its worth getting the latest cpu unless he can find a 5820k for around $320 brand new, then thats a different story.
I forgot Amazon is the only website that sells CPUs. And it's funny you bring up Microcenter when the i7-5820K is $80 cheaper than the i7-6800K there. Considering the i7-6800K isn't close to 25% better than the i7-5820K, it's not worth 25% more money.
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I had to make the same decision 6 months ago and I went for the 6700k since I don't do anything cpu intensive except gaming. In the near future DX 12 may take advantage of the extra cores but by the time that happens your rig will already be outdated, why wait for performance that might come? I for sure have not regreted my choice and would make the same one today.

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I forgot Amazon is the only website that sells CPUs. And it's funny you bring up Microcenter when the i7-5820K is $80 cheaper than the i7-6800K there. Considering the i7-6800K isn't close to 25% better than the i7-5820K, it's not worth 25% more money.

I use amazon and newegg as a reference because thats where most people buy their components. Amazon had a better price difference then newegg and thats why i mentioned it. Imo if i were to buy a new cpu, i would go with the latest unless the last variant was significantly lower by $80 or more like u mentioned at microcenter which is a better buy. You dont need to be a jerk to prove a point.

I think op would be better suited for a 6600k.
Edited by Killa Cam - 9/30/16 at 2:34am
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post #29 of 32
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I use amazon and newegg as a reference because thats where most people buy their components. Amazon had a better price difference then newegg and thats why i mentioned it. Imo if i were to buy a new cpu, i would go with the latest unless the last variant was significantly lower by $80 or more like u mentioned at microcenter which is a better buy. You dont need to be a jerk to prove a point.

I think op would be better suited for a 6600k.
I'm not going to make such myopic recommendations. If I would, I would be erroneously telling people to spend extra money on an i7-6800K when the performance difference says it isn't with the money. This isn't a personal opinion.

As someone who made the switch from a quad to a hexacore, I can only assume more cores help a processor age better. Then again I'm basing that assumption on older architecture. Either way, a Skylake processor will last at least five years unless your needs change.
post #30 of 32
I have a i5 6600k oc 4.5GHz and I don't play IA games that much that are CPU dependent however when I do the overclock takes care of it, so I can run 100 FPS average.

Intel Skylake Core i7 6700K vs i5 6600K Stock/Overclock Gaming Benchmarks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhaB1dqYv_I&feature=youtu.be
Edited by wingman99 - 10/9/16 at 12:55pm
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