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    Default Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    My current system has an overclocked 4770K (4.4ghz ) and is good and all,Just did a fresh reinstall of windows
    but the system feels slow ..maybe I am just use it ..But the Z170 platform is nice and has features I like to try.
    But don't know if it is really worth it to switch over.Doesn't seem I would be really gaining any real performance
    just new features.Advice ?

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    Everything I have read seems to suggest this is just an incremental upgrade with gains of 15-20% over haswell at stock. It would be less pronounced when overclocked but going back to 4c/4t from 4c/8t might be less fun and detract from those ddr4 and integration with dx12 advantages,

    Comes down to what you use your rig for I guess and if you have plenty of spare $$$'s
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @grumpydaddy, Thank you for the reply. I wish I had plenty of money haha. I guess it's better to hang on to what I have and just make minor upgrades
    to improve it .

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    I am extremely happy with my current system as well and have no real reason to upgrade at this time plus
    I always figure in cost versus performance gains before I make any changes

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @vinman,I like my current build to,just want to spruce it up some .like a new case,or ditching the ssd's for the Hyper X Predator PCIe 240gb .

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    Quote Originally Posted by charles64 View Post
    @vinman,I like my current build to,just want to spruce it up some .like a new case,or ditching the ssd's for the Hyper X Predator PCIe 240gb .
    Our systems are very similar

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    Snappyness then SSD or raid SSD maybe. No experience of pcie ssd here.

    Gaming then get a newer gpu.

    Save the system upgrade for cannonlake next year when ddr4 pricing will have settled a bit and 10nm process is used
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    I think I've said this previously in some other thread, but frankly it comes down to whether you need the increased PCIe lanes or not.

    Personally, I'm sorely tempted to upgrade. As soon as NVMe SSD's really start hitting the market in reasonable sizes and prices, we're going to be killing for a MB with more PCIe and NVMe support. Z170 is a nice option to get both, and as it's a mainstream Z chipset (as opposed to a High Performance X), the cost of the MB's should be comparable to Z77/Z87/Z97 boards in similar trim levels. Downside for us (at this time) is DDR4 pricing, and a new Socket (e.g. new CPU).

    I'll be getting one around Xmas time I hope.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    If you don't have an SSD, you can get a real boost in speed by using one.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @vinman, yes they are

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    Generally, I'd say no, not worth it but there is two factors to consider. Probably not worth the money but....
    #1 Skylake is a considerably better overclocker. That 4.4 you have on Haswell could easily become a 4.7 or 4.8 on Skylake. That's where you would get your bigger boosts from. The overclocked CPU chart from CPUbenchmark takes averages and from that you can see that Skylake is doing better than haswell did on average. Here's a link to the chart.
    PassMark Overclock CPU Database Graph
    #2 Intel XPointe (pronounced cross point) storage is coming at the end of the year/beginning of next. This is a new storage designe from INTEL that is astronomically faster than current SSDs are. If you had a Z170 motherboard with the M.2 slots or Sata Express, you could benefit from those new speeds and that could increase system speed pretty signifcantly.

    Those are the only points of consideration I'd mention, but even then, I can't say it would be worth the money, especially if you're primary use is gaming. Save your money for some HBM2 GPUs next year on the new FINFET process if you're looking for a gaming boost and get some inexpensive SSDs.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @grumpydaddy, I have 2x ocz'128 in raid 0 ..but want to try a PCIe ssd .would love a newer gpu to replace my 7970
    Intels Cannonlake sounds awesome,but heard it will be postpone till 2017,replaced by 14nm 'Kaby Lake' ? And as for DDR4,
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @realneil, running 2x OCZ vertex 450's 128gb in a raid 0

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @scott, I agree with you . I am all in favor of more bus lanes.I hope you are able to get one by Christmas

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    OK, so SSDs are taken care of.

    I plan to buy Skylake. I already have a 32GB kit of RAM here to use with it. I like the platform's overclock ability and there are many new ideas built into it.

    I can alway sell my 4690K or my 4790K setups and who knows what I'll end up with? (hint: a pair of 6700K systems would be good)

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K --Skylake 6600K worth the upgrade ?

    @joshjaks, Thank you for your feedback .Yeah,on the Asus z87 Pro, I can't go go no higher than 4.4
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