Originally Posted by Alwrath
Dont waste your money, it looks like Tomshardware has posted a review, and according to them Broadwell-e looks like a complete flop for gamers. Less overclocking headroom with insane power consumption and temps when voltage is pushed past 1.3 volts. lol @ intel. Looks like 6700k and 5820k/5930k are still the best choices for gamers till Zen and Skylake-e.
Mine is on the way. I'll follow up that review and see how far I can go under water.
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