Originally Posted by Sin0822
They are showing you two values for each DIMM for each Bank of each memory modules, so each side of the memory stick. So you have double sided memory and thus two settings for both.
The Z87X-OC with BISO .X01 now has fixed values and I have asked for this to be put into all BIOSes, but the offset is off what is in gray so if you boot at 2800x and you get 45 for RTL and you set +3 then on reboot it will be 48, however that value changed with divider increases.
Also one other thing YOU REALLY NEED TO KEEP IN MIND: If you change those RTL/IOL values with normal "Manual" mode, you are setting the same for Channel B which shouldn't be the case most of the time, so if you are going to set these RTLs/IOLs you need to use "Advcaned manual Mode" and go in and copy all your timings from CHA to CHB.
Its a bit time consuming and thus it will also be fixed for the OC board first to save time, for now though if you want to tweak them higher for most stability then do so.
Ok, i understood the offset setting for RTL/IOL. But i still have different values in each Channel, so, do I manual set it to have same value in both channels or i just leave both on auto, even with different values? I though same values would be necesary for stability.
Is 1.25V Vcore for 4,3Ghz good or too high knowing my CPU is not one of the 30% golden ones? (The VID at stock is 1.088V). Peak temps are under 80C with 1.25v.
What Voltages should i tweak to be stable when raising uncore once the core is stable at 4,3Ghz? Actually my uncore is at x34 and i think i should try to get it to x40 to have it 300Mhz below core (readed that in the guide). Will i just tweak VRing as the guide says or i would also need to raise VCore?