I understand your point, but the main reason which i'm looking forward for an LGA1150 mobo is the I7 4790K. I've yet to find a good competitor to this one in terms of performance (i've examined the 6700k but it fall far behind... the 5820k is slightly better than the 6700k but it's on LGA2011..), and i could get it for about 350$.
However i'm open to suggestions here too if you've something good for me.
6700K is generally faster than i7-4790K. Even when it's slower, difference is negligible. It's much better choice because it has newer socket. Cannot imagine where you got impression that 6700K is much slower. I recommend LGA2011-3 Platform however. i7-5820K or i7-6800K depending on price.
Then i was definetively looking to a site which had some wrong specs and benchmarks.
Ok, to go forward i'll try to explain my target and my limits: a 6800K is out of my pocket and also of my target i would say, since i'm not into ultra HD gaming, my target is basically to be able to play at every game i actually play (which i'm capable of even with the GTX750TI i currently have) + some satisfaction out of having a good build which is at the same time compatible with my pocket.
I've seen i could get the 6700K for the same exact price of the 4790K.
Let's hypotetically say i go for the 6700K
So then i would change the mobo to a LGA1151 one.
My available picks are the Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 DDR3 and the Gigabyte GA-H170-HD3 DDR3.
The Z one should be the better one at the same price.
I'm excluding some asus mobo for the same price because i won't bother taking anything from asus because of my past experiences, and some other gigabyte mobo which has double the price.
Are they better than the Z97 i was thinking to buy? The price is about the same
Then what about the RAM? Should i still go for the DDR3L or may have anyway sense to buy the DDR4, also if they would cost me 120$ more?
P.S.: thank you for your help, also with the GPU, i just read your post about it
Edited by donisonleague, 12 November 2016 - 05:15 PM.