Originally Posted by PolRoger
I'm using a ASUS Z87-Deluxe which does offer RTL IOL control (including the initial RTL option). The BIOS will give an actual current reading for the individual RTL's but it does not
show a value for initial RTL? I can input a value from 1 thru 63... However, if I take it off of "auto" and randomly enter various numbers from high to low... after rebooting I always seem to hang with a "55" code?
Can anyone who is familiar with running ASUS offer any advice for making manual adjustments to the initial RTL setting to ideally allow for improved training and tighter RTL's vs. the default "Auto" setting?
P.S. I've currently got MRC fast boot set to "disabled" but I also have a Scrambler setting?... Any idea on the benefit of running ASUS "optimized" vs. default MRC?
As per sham instruction. At rtl auto, latency compensator auto , swizzling bit 2 enabled.
Check ure rtl n iol
Set ure initial +2 to +4 of the highest rtl u see.
Restart till u can enterback.
Enable latency compensator, disable swizzling bit 2. Key in manually all the rtl n iol u saw.
Rtl is dependent on tCL first, twcl not as much. I find the key is using 2400mhz as base.
its right there a few pages back a conversation between me and sham (lardarse) in asus z87 support thread in xs
MRC just set as optimized. Find more issues with u set it at default when running high clocks. Btw for 4gig dimm mess with swizzling bits. Some of them at disabled offers better scaling.Edited by cstkl1 - 8/2/13 at 8:24pm