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    the 6700k is a newer platform and has stronger single core performance if your using it as a gaming rig. Plus its cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzzz View Post
    the 6700k is a newer platform and has stronger single core performance if your using it as a gaming rig. Plus its cheaper.
    I'd suggest the i5-6600k for him instead. There's no noticeable different between the two besides the price, where the i5 is a lot cheaper.
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    If you want gaming performance i'd go with a 4790k, the 5820k is more for multitasking and things like video editing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RatTheStack View Post
    If you want gaming performance i'd go with a 4790k, the 5820k is more for multitasking and things like video editing.
    That doesn't really make any sense. Gaming performance from a CPU? Especially one that's now 2 generations behind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -3clipse- View Post
    I'd suggest the i5-6600k for him instead. There's no noticeable different between the two besides the price, where the i5 is a lot cheaper.
    The i5's lack processing threads, and as an editor, I need as much of those possible. The i7-5820k provides 8 more processing threads than the i5-6600k for only $70.00 more.

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    If you want gaming performance i'd go with a 4790k, the 5820k is more for multitasking and things like video editing.
    Well, I am making a PC build for video editing .

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    the 6700k is a newer platform and has stronger single core performance if your using it as a gaming rig. Plus its cheaper.
    The only advantage I feel the 6700k has over the 5820 is power consumption and MGHz. As far as that, the 5820 supports more versions of RAM, has more four more threads, costs less, and etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superkickabout View Post
    The i5's lack processing threads, and as an editor, I need as much of those possible. The i7-5820k provides 8 more processing threads than the i5-6600k for only $70.00 more.



    Well, I am making a PC build for video editing .



    The only advantage I feel the 6700k has over the 5820 is power consumption and MGHz. As far as that, the 5820 supports more versions of RAM, has more four more threads, costs less, and etc.
    The 6700k is a superior gaming chip as i said, as the stronger individual cores matter more in gaming which normally dont utilize more than 4 cores, also it is cheaper the the 5820, however yes you would be better with the 5820 for video editing.

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    If you're using Adobe products, you should buy Nvidia, they use cuda over anything. (Your extra Vram won't even matter)..
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    Quote Originally Posted by -3clipse- View Post
    That doesn't really make any sense. Gaming performance from a CPU? Especially one that's now 2 generations behind?
    So you're saying you can get good performance without a CPU? I guess you don't care about framerate, or any frames at all in that case.

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    The i5's lack processing threads, and as an editor, I need as much of those possible. The i7-5820k provides 8 more processing threads than the i5-6600k for only $70.00 more.



    Well, I am making a PC build for video editing .



    The only advantage I feel the 6700k has over the 5820 is power consumption and MGHz. As far as that, the 5820 supports more versions of RAM, has more four more threads, costs less, and etc.
    And well then i'd look at the 5820k, it's pretty decent in terms of video editing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RatTheStack View Post
    So you're saying you can get good performance without a CPU? I guess you don't care about framerate, or any frames at all in that case.
    What?
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