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    i7 6700K or i7-5930K processor?
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    Hello, I use Edius 7 use for video editing and I should replace my old PC with a new one. I make 4K editing. In your opinion which is better and more powerful between the i7 6700K processor and i7-5930K processor? They being with slightly different prices, I believe that i7-5930K is the best.Is someone working 4K projects with i7 6700K? Does it work fine with 3 AV tracks on the timeline without rendering? Thank you
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    It's not really a matter of opinion; having more cores and supporting more threads, the 5930 wins on most benchmark tests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Jimerson View Post
    It's not really a matter of opinion; having more cores and supporting more threads, the 5930 wins on most benchmark tests.
    Thanks for your advice. As i7 6700K is newer than i7-5930K I thought was not only a problem of cores but being newer the first one could give something more.
    Look at here: http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare...30K/3502vs2578
    Out of curiosity: do you think the very new 6850k can be better than i7-5930K? THANKS
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