Up to 10 core Broadwell-E is about to be released, but more people are concerned about AMD and NVIDIA. Compared to the upcoming release of Broadwell-E Intel series processors, presumably more people care about when AMD and NVIDIA will release a new generation of display cards. Not much surprise, Intel, NVIDIA, and AMD will be on display in the Computex new products, but in the market to buy, may also be a while.
With three products 14nm process of Intel Broadwell-E series processor, which the high order for Intel Core i7-6950X, the product is a core of 10 (10C20T) and other sequentially as the core i7-6900K 8C16T, core i7-6850K 6C12T and core i7-6800K 6C12T; and haswell-e biggest difference is more the core i7-6950X Fengyun 10 core 25mb cache monster.
This time, we look directly at the Core i7-6950X Intel measured performance. However, there is no i7-5960X Core, so there is no comparison between the two platforms, if you have, perhaps you can compare to see whether there is much difference between the two.
R10 CINEBENCH -
R11.5 CINEBENCH -
CPU (Core Single): 1.84
R15 CINEBENCH -
CPU (Core Single): 165
PCMark 8 -
At present Intel x99 platform can basically through the BIOS update support 14nm process Broadwell-E generation processor, but can be imagined, in the upcoming Computex 2016, ASUS, gigabyte, MSI and ASRock motherboard factory containing also will display new x99 chip motherboard attract media attention.