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Old 02-23-2016, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default 5930K or i7 6700 for 4K video editing?

Hi, in your opinion is it better 5930X or i7 6700K to make 4K video editing? Thanks
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If you don't absolutely need this immediately, you might want to wait until the Broadwell E chips are released. It's supposed to be in Q2.

Intel Broadwell E line up..png

These are all 14nm which will run cooler. There will be a speed bump from the Haswell E line up. Also, the first 10 core 20 thread i7 chip.
You would probably be interested in the 6850k which is basically the equivalent to the 5930k.

As you read the chart and the Core Clock speeds, those are just starting points and can be overclocked very easily. Just use a good sealed water cooling unit. I prefer Corsair top mounted radiator versions.
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These are all 14nm which will run cooler. There will be a speed bump from the Haswell E line up. Also, the first 10 core 20 thread i7 chip.
You would probably be interested in the 6850k which is basically the equivalent to the 5930k.
But the new 6850K will cost more than 5930k because it is new. May be the 5930k will lower the price.

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As you read the chart and the Core Clock speeds, those are just starting points and can be overclocked very easily. Just use a good sealed water cooling unit. I prefer Corsair top mounted radiator versions.
I'm sorry I like a traditional cooling unit, I don't like radiator versions.
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Old 02-23-2016, 07:33 PM   #4
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Didn't you report a heat issue before? Personally, I wouldn't build a new system without a sealed water cooling unit. With the top mount radiator you don't have a large object standing in the center of the system blocking air flow.
But, that is your decision.
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You know what you want then. But, didn't you report heat issue before?
With a full tower I never get heat issue.
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Honestly, I think all video systems should be using water cooling now. The cooler the system, the better.

It could not be easier with the Corsair closed systems. My current build is the first one that I have used. Go to the link below and watch the video to see how easy the install is.

In my pic, you can see the round Corsair cpu cooler pump with the two tubes that circulate the cooling. My radiator is installed in the top of my case.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ilpage_o06_s00
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Old 02-24-2016, 12:15 AM   #7
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I like the wider shot.

Also, tell him what speed you are running and the temperature you have.
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Out if curiosity: in your opinion is the new 6850k processor enough near i7 5960X as powerful? Thanks
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Do you know when will ship the new 6850k processor? I'm afraid I cannot buy it because I cannot wait for it later than June 30.
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If you don't absolutely need this immediately, you might want to wait until the Broadwell E chips are released. It's supposed to be in Q2.

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These are all 14nm which will run cooler. There will be a speed bump from the Haswell E line up. Also, the first 10 core 20 thread i7 chip.
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As you read the chart and the Core Clock speeds, those are just starting points and can be overclocked very easily. Just use a good sealed water cooling unit. I prefer Corsair top mounted radiator versions.
there releasing a 10 core!!! thats crazy!!!
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