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1194 @ 4.3ghz



which is about equivalent to 6 core i7-4930K or i7 3930K overclocked to their maximum, I might be able to get a few more mhz out of this if I pushed it more. I would like to see 1264 since that's what the 12 core Xeon's get.
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1211 after I shutdown some CPU temp monitoring programs

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1211 after I shutdown some CPU temp monitoring programs


1244 @ 4.4ghz. Benchmark not run in "Realtime", which may result in 10-20 more points.



cinebench 11.5 = 13.95 with 5820k @ 4.4ghz




passmark = 14529 with 5820k @ 4.4ghz
this is 27% higher than the stock 5820k at 11472 and almost 3x faster than my old processor, the AMD 1055T that got a 5060





all tests done on air running cooler master hyper 212 with two 120mm fans
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Thanks for posting your results. I am upgrading from a FX8350 @4.8Ghz, I cannot wait. I have my CPU already, but I'm just waiting on the Mobo (X99 Deluxe) and some ram.

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Thanks for posting your results. I am upgrading from a FX8350 @4.8Ghz, I cannot wait. I have my CPU already, but I'm just waiting on the Mobo (X99 Deluxe) and some ram.


Can you do a comparison between them in game? Thank you biggrin.gif

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Can you do a comparison between them in game? Thank you biggrin.gif

Yeah, will do. I have a water cooled DirectCU II R9 290X BTW.

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Those are great scores...

Btw, you can get boosted scores in both Cinebench by changing process priority to "Realtime", then re-run the bench. The system will appear to lock up and you won't be able to see it render the images inside Cinebench, but when it finishes (if you don't crash) your score will be 10-20 points higher than running it with process priority "high".

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Can you do a comparison between them in game? Thank you biggrin.gif

Took a few weeks, but my Motherboard (X99 Deluxe) and Ram (Gskill ripjaws 4 2400Mhz 4*4GB) will be here tomorrow night.

I waited an additional pay period because I did not want to be broke. lol

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You're doing all of this on a Hyper 212 which is amazing. At 4.4Ghz, what are your temps running R11.5?

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You're doing all of this on a Hyper 212 which is amazing. At 4.4Ghz, what are your temps running R11.5?

temps never go over 50
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Any idea of fps in arma 3 altis life i5 4690k vs i7 5820k i mean their are the same architecture with larger die so it like adding 2 additionnal core....

I know arma 3 use 30-65% of each of my 6 core but i got low fps.....

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