When I get home I can take BIOS screenshots and make a BIOS .txt file of my i7 5960x/Sabertooth X99 at 4.7ghz CPU/4.4GHZ 3200MHZ memory cache using Adaptive/Offset voltages I just got stable 1 hour RealBench, 1 hour stressapptest and 3 hours AIDA64 cache stress test and post them here. I'd post the screenshots of the stress test results as well.
I have a really good chip though and not many will get the same results but still many of the settings are valid for lower overclocks as well.
See my signature below for voltages etc. They are nice and low for the clocks I'm getting.
4.7GHZ_setting.txt 38k .txt file
Bios Screenshots below.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Disable the Serial Port, unused SATA ports, anything your not actually using like extra Ethernet port, whatever. I included a screen of a few SATA ports disabled.
To get the RAM third timings I set my RAM at 16-16-17-34 1T Manual, not XMP at 3200MHZ with everything on Auto except DRAM Ref Cycle Time 278, DRAM Refresh Interval (tREFI) 22066, Read To Pre Time (tRTP) 4, Four ACT Win Time (tFAW) 16, CAS Write Latency 14 (tWCL) but you want it lowest it'll boot at, tRWDR2 5, tRWDD 5, tWRSR2 4 which I tested stable at those settings with stressapptest. CKE Minimal Pulse Width (tCKE) is best left on Auto. I didn't change RTL IOL settings or IO Control settings.
Then I changed the memory to 2200MHZ, rebooted, manually set all the timings to what it was showing as on Auto for all secondary and third timings except the above what I already verified as stable. Then rebooted at 3200. Then I ran stresapptest again, passed, wouldn't pass if I did the same with 2133MHZ Auto settings.
This is how I quickly got good third timings, trick is get it stable with the first set of tweaks that work for you, then get it working with the rest stable with the lowest RAM speed Auto settings you stay stable at at your set RAM speed.Edited by KedarWolf - 8/23/16 at 3:42pm