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Been running 4.8Ghz since friday 24/7 with an H70
or it did not happen!
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I have always found the passmark benchmarks to be inconsistent. To be consistent, one needs to run the benchmark multiple times and take the average of the reading. 3 scores on one processor vs 1000 of the other is not consistent.

The I7 2600K scores 9512 on a a couple of runs while the I7 2600 scores 9072. These are the same processors with the only listed difference being the unlocked multiplier. Explain the difference?

Using your calculations on these inconsistent benchmarks:

2600k- 9512/3.4 = ~2797
2600 - 9072/3.4 = ~2668
950- 6335/3.07 = ~2063
980x - 10460/3.33 = 3141

The 2600k (3 tests) has a 35.5% advantage over the 950 (100's of tests)
The 2600 (2 tests) has a 29.3% advantage over the 950 (100's of tests)
The 980x (100's of tests) has a 12.2% advantage over the 2600k
The 980x has a 17.7% advantage over the 2600

Once the averages of 100's of tests are listed for the 2600 series, this data may become usable.

Cinebench provides a much better picture of CPU performance.

These are the posted runs:

I7-930/950 at 4.2ghz = 7.21
I7-2600K at 4.2ghz = 8.15
I7-980X at 4.2Ghz = 10.83

I score the same at 4.2ghz on my 980x

I7-2600K provides 13% more CPU power then the 950
I7-980X provides 32.8% more CPU power then the 2600K

No where in any of these calculations have I seen a 6% differential between any of these CPU's
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I'm guessing it'll be around $250 ~ $260 since Maximus IV Extreme will be around $300.
How much does the X58 TUF goes for?
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if anything points out how vastly superior the 2600K is going to be to the i7-9xx those benches at 5.1 show it.... 50% overclock vs i7 typical of 35-40%... so gulftown is truly no longer 'safe'
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or it did not happen!
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I wouldn't be worried at all. That give me a nice feeling I won't have no one bringing their systems back because they stuck their fingers in it to point out how cool this looks and jumped to connections and fried something. lol. They make spatula's out of plastic for cooking so I wouldn't worry of it melting or nothing. I think that is perfect. As long as your able to connect anything and everything you need to, that's a badass idea.

You would be surprised how many people try to screw something in on a board/Pc when the system is running.
Agree! a motherboards circuitry can easily be damaged by dropping a screwdriver

Im pretty sure Asus test their motherboards thoughtfully before they go into production. With Heavy burn in tests, thus resulting in the calculation of the "Mean time between failures (MTBF)".

A 5 year warranty LOL!
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if anything points out how vastly superior the 2600K is going to be to the i7-9xx those benches at 5.1 show it.... 50% overclock vs i7 typical of 35-40%... so gulftown is truly no longer 'safe'
A 9.95 cinebench score at 5.1Ghz (which at that voltage I think will not last long) vs 10.83 score on an easily obtained 4.2ghz (1.3v) clock on a 980x is not enough info for you!

You must be smoking some good stuff!
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Been running 4.8Ghz since friday 24/7 with an H70
What's the V rate running @ 4.8Ghz? And can you run a Cinebench R11.5 benchmark with 4.8Ghz please????
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I've been running 1.4375v on my 980x minimum for 24/7 use since the day it came out. 1.5v is fine and shouldn't be a problem as long as your temps stay in check. Temps kill way faster than Volts. I've never yet turned on my 980x system and all of a sudden needed .05v more for the same stability. I've always kept my temps below 70c on it. I've pushed 1.6v to it for hitting 4.6ghz and temps were now in the mid 70's. As long as your overclock is rock solid, your chip will live. If not, and your one of the guys that let your chip hit 85c-95c and you do that often, be ready to buy another. I've never had a system come back to me yet that is overclocked.(I'm knocking on wood right now).

I would keep temps out of the 80's for sure with 32nm. Below 70c for 24/7 is great even if your using 1.45v @ 4.5-5ghz
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When comparing a 980x to a 2600k do we not have to factor in the cost of the system?

The way I see it is 980x has more threads, pci-e lanes but is also 3 times as much. I believe the 980x is a better "upgrade" for a person that already has a 1366 board. If you are building a new system then there's no doubt in my mind that the 2600K is a better buy.
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