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anyone know what these will clock with an AIO cooler

hoping 6850k will get 4.5ghz
Silicon lottery posted 4.3 GHz stable for the 6950k using a h105 cooler. 4.5 with less cores should be obtainable but will require a great chip. So far it seems 4.3 4.4 will be the sweet spot for BW-E


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and they perform ~10% better at the same clocks vs 5820k/5930k?

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This may be the best move with BW-E pricing. thumb.gif

Microcenter is once again considerably less $1600.00 but I don't think I will jump on board right away

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I'm thinking intel raised the price on BW-E to make the choice between x99 vs z170 a little more difficult.mad.gif
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i7 6700k @4.8ghz will destroy that 1728$ chip in every game even multithreaded. Or at least will be on pairs.
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i7 6700k @4.8ghz will destroy that 1728$ chip in every game even multithreaded. Or at least will be on pairs.

Well that's simply not true. While yes most games the 6700k will post higher fps games that utilize the additional cores the BW-E chips will reign supreme. Basically take a look at GTA and even older games such as this.
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As game begin to take advantage of more cores core count will beat clock speed. The choice obviously is up to devs but basically just saying making a statement that the 6700k will win on all games simply isn't true.


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I said i7 6700 @ 4.8ghz not stock.
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I'll be picking up a 6800K when my next paycheck rolls around. I was debating between the 5820K and the 6800K, but in the end the 6800K won me over because of how new it is and the new technologies it comes with as well. Hopefully this lasts me another 3 years (at least) just like my trusty 4670K has!

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i don't see much reason to upgrade from my normal broadwell cpu. the overclocking is in line with what i've read and experienced with my 5775c. there isn't anything WRONG with broadwell-E, i mean, i would get one if i had tons of cash just to do some testing and to have an x99 build.

there is just SOMETHING about broadwell and its inability to clock higher then 4.3-.4.4ghz. i don't even have temp issues now that i got a kraken x61 cooling my cpu and i still wasn't able to get stable over 4.3ghz with any voltage with load (premiere exporting). yes i'm able to post and get a screenshot with 4.5ghz but its just not going to be that way for long.

i was disappointed to see so many reviews using boards other then asus, this isn't a shill thing but its a compatibility things i've noticed with broadwell in general where asus seems to support all the functionality correctly

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i was disappointed to see so many reviews using boards other then asus, this isn't a shill thing but its a compatibility things i've noticed with broadwell in general where asus seems to support all the functionality correctly

Yes, I will be waiting for ROG STRIX X99 GAMING and i7 6950x benchmarks, and if it proves the same 4.1-4.3 ghz overclock I will get z170 instead. Although if it is 4.3ghz guarantee, I might think a bit...
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