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05-23-2020 09:52 PM
demps709
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Yep about 25% boost
Around 9700k so if you can get a new 5960x for around 400.00 or used for around 300.00 not a bad deal.
I wouldn't bother with an es...
They're pretty cheap now. I got a J batch 5960x for $225. Should be here in a few days.
05-01-2020 06:21 PM
jura11
Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
Guys are those CPUs able to handle a 2080ti in 4k in 2020?
Yes without the problems,running Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix with 2160MHz OC and 5960x with 4.7GHz OC and no problems

At 4k you are more likely be limited by GPU not CPU there


Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura
05-01-2020 12:52 PM
HeadlessKnight
Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
Guys are those CPUs able to handle a 2080ti in 4k in 2020?
I run two with my 5960X. With single gpu you will be more than fine, hell even for the 3080 Ti you will be fine. I honestly don't think this is the correct time to upgrade from X99 IMHO.
I have tried both X570 and X299. 3900X is only faster in rendering with comparable gaming performance and X299 doesn't offer a tangible upgrade in gaming in most scenarios. 8/6 cores are the current sweet spot for gaming and will remain like that for the next year at least.
05-01-2020 06:36 AM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
Guys are those CPUs able to handle a 2080ti in 4k in 2020?
Yes
04-30-2020 04:13 PM
sblantipodi Guys are those CPUs able to handle a 2080ti in 4k in 2020?
04-11-2020 04:12 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by demps709 View Post
I currently have a 5820k at 4.5, 1.35v. I've been getting the upgrade itch and I'm thinking about getting a 5960x or E5-1660 to scratch the itch a bit. Thoughts on what kind of performance uplift I'll see? Is there anything I should look out for besides trying for a J batch?

Other notes about my system, ASUS X99-A, 1080ti, DDR4 2666MHz C16, open loop.
Hi,
Yep about 25% boost
Around 9700k so if you can get a new 5960x for around 400.00 or used for around 300.00 not a bad deal.
I wouldn't bother with an es...
04-10-2020 09:34 PM
HeadlessKnight
Quote: Originally Posted by demps709 View Post
I currently have a 5820k at 4.5, 1.35v. I've been getting the upgrade itch and I'm thinking about getting a 5960x or E5-1660 to scratch the itch a bit. Thoughts on what kind of performance uplift I'll see? Is there anything I should look out for besides trying for a J batch?

Other notes about my system, ASUS X99-A, 1080ti, DDR4 2666MHz C16, open loop.
In apps that won't recognize more than hexa-cores you won't see much difference, but in apps that can utilize the extra cores on the 5960x you will get up to 25% boost.
Also if you got lucky with the 5960x it will probably run a bit cooler than the 5820k you currently have. I had two 5820ks and didn't have much luck with them and both required 1.35v for 4.5 GHz, however my 5960x can do that at 1.22v so it runs a bit cooler using the same cooling solution.
As for the Xeons, from what I've seen J patch i7s usually OC better and require less vcore.
04-10-2020 07:14 AM
demps709 I currently have a 5820k at 4.5, 1.35v. I've been getting the upgrade itch and I'm thinking about getting a 5960x or E5-1660 to scratch the itch a bit. Thoughts on what kind of performance uplift I'll see? Is there anything I should look out for besides trying for a J batch?

Other notes about my system, ASUS X99-A, 1080ti, DDR4 2666MHz C16, open loop.
04-05-2020 03:51 PM
ThrashZone Hi,
It's all good same set i use on my x99 pretty much why I linked to it
I do not use xmp profile though just manual default timings.



04-05-2020 01:59 PM
sinholueiro Quad at 3200Mhz won't be degrading the IMC? Remember that it is Haswell-E, not Broadwell-E. At first, I was thinking in dual 2x8 or 2x4 kits, if it is worth it.
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