Originally Posted by AndrejB
Didn't need 1.4v to boot into windows. This is XMP + 4200
Also put the 4133 @ 1.4v (enhanced performance)
Now you got my itch going again
Thank you for posting this! Those are the same timings I get as well. I challenge you to manually tune and stabilize 4200 on all 4 dimms at less than cl 18 whenever you have the free time if you should desire to do so. Scratch that itch
Btw, I don't think enhanced performance does anything at all. Each time, The same timings were trained for my sticks regardless of selecting that option or not. or at least all the timings that can be viewed between asrock timing configurator and aida64. I think there was a weird time where I thought that setting it to enhanced performance helped me train better but i don't think that is the case.
The relax timings has an effect but it just makes ALL of your timings ultra loose, sometimes too loose to the point where you can't even navigate windows properly lol. I don't see why anyone would ever use this. Maybe during LN2 memory overclocking just so they could validate a memory frequency real quick through cpu-z?
I think the high density option is for 16gb ram sticks or dual ranked sticks or double sided ram sticks or whatever.
4500+ option is self explanatory and does work. Used it to boot to 4500 or 4533.
Not really sure what "normal" does, maybe it automatically selects the least aggressive xmp profile on the stick if a set of sticks have 2 xmp profiles on them or something, what be interested to hear what others have to say about this option.
I don't know what selecting auto does either lol, but I usually leave it on auto