i have a table there with timings for 3 types of memory in different configurations. Timings aren't easy to understand, id say like 99% of benchers don't really understand them either past the first 5 or 6. They just change 1 at a time to figure out what works, its a painful experience. Unless you have taken a course in memory substructure, understanding how rows and columns are addressed and how the systems works is not very simple.
However most sites that explain timings, just re-write what is in the JDEC specifications which you can download online for free for DDR3. Also each platform, X79, Z77, X58 all vary in terms of what timings are available for change, some platforms will not have a few timings that are available on others. But I posted some timings that work, they aren't that tight. but those combos work well for high speed, sometimes you will see someone post timings fully, XMP is also a decent starting point, but they usually are on the loose side as well.
I also have BIOS profiles you can download and load onto your UP7 with the same BIOS as I used and then you can go from there.
Here is some on the timings:
tWRT should be equal to tRPT which should be greater than or equal too tRRD
tFAW should be at least 4 X tRRD, but can be higher for more stability
tRC should be equal to tRAS + tRP however don’t touch this, just leave it on auto as you really can't change it.
tRAS some say is CL + tRCD + tRP however you can also use tRCD + (2 X CL), setting this higher is better for stability, 4DIMM should be a bit higher than 2DIMM setting on this.
tWR try to set this in ratio with tRRD, so if you do tRRD of 6 or 7 then try 16 for tWR, but you can also do 10 for tRRD and 20 for tWR. Usually this is tRAS – tRCD, however most of the time it is set lower than that.
tWTP =tWR + tWL + 4 however, I just leave it on auto just like tRC.
Read/Write Data Slew rate: 1 is default for all GIGABYTE boards, however 2+ can be very useful for PCS and Samsung, however from what I have found different kits like different amounts. This setting can affect the performance and stability.
tWR/tRW Stability Level: default is 3, however setting 4-5 at 2800+ can provide better results, however this setting can also be tricky, it can cause problems with stability. It ranges from 1-32, so you can try 32 different times. lol
tREFI is the refresh interval, this refreshes the memory, it goes in relation with temperature of the memory itself, so if you are having bad luck with it, then try and set it lower or higher(like from 7K to 10K).
memory timings are one of the last fronts where benchers have some sort of edge, and thus most of the time users don't give out all the timings they use, they keep it a secret.