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Ive always said to buy the i7 7700k but then i thought that the 30$ difference might as well be worth saving...

 

Between i7 7700k and i7 6700k which one is the best? ( obv the i7 7700k) but to what extent... will the i7 6700k perform evenly-close to , or not?

 

What speficic advantages does the 7700 has over to 6700 AND to be fair i dont even think if i will OVERCLOCK my cpu so does it even worth paying some extra money for some extra Mhz ?

 

And if i buy the i7 6700k or the i7 7700k will a simple coolermaster hyper 212 evo do its job? Provided that i dont overclock it ofcourse...

 

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They're the same chip but the 7700/7700k is clocked higher. Also yes a 212 evo should be good at cooling it.


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9 minutes ago, QuantumBit said:

They're the same chip but the 7700/7700k is clocked higher. Also yes a 212 evo should be good at cooling it.

Ew, a 212 Evo.


 

 

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3 hours ago, DarkBlade2117 said:

Ew, a 212 Evo.

its like computer gaids


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6 hours ago, Daniel Z. said:

The advantages are optane 4k netflix and higher clock speed

Apparently, you dont need kabylake anymore
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3193566/components-graphics/nvidia-quietly-opens-4k-netflix-streaming-on-geforce-gtx-10-series-graphics-cards.html


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