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02-27-2020 06:04 AM
zGunBLADEz HCI stable XD
02-26-2020 03:50 PM
pox02 stable i guess
02-26-2020 07:50 AM
zGunBLADEz
Quote: Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post
clean a bit the stick and swap positions it with another one its doing good so far in the bigger picture lowering it will accomplish me nothing tho but here we go XD if i pass i be ok with 2 over instead of the 3 lol
also changed rtls to 63/65/63/65 instead of all of them been 65s 0 problems
it would pass gsat but not ramtest it crapped out after 3hrs lol
back to 20 she went
02-25-2020 10:22 PM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
I think they might be the DRAM IO COMP settings at the bottom of the last photo.
I tried to lock them in by themselves and won't boot. Turned off all training possible won't boot. Tried setting everything manually after turning everything off won't boot. I tried every combo of things possible won't boot. It's as if there's a glitch in the BIOS and you touch rtls at all, and it just says middle finger to you buddy, not doing it.
02-25-2020 09:04 PM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by truehighroller1 View Post
I have the following options in mine.
I think they might be the DRAM IO COMP settings at the bottom of the last photo.
02-25-2020 08:25 PM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Does your bios have an option to adjust IOL offsets?
I have the following options in mine.
02-25-2020 07:46 PM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by truehighroller1 View Post
I actually have a support ticket open with asus right now in regards to setting the rtl and io and iol's manually or not being able to I should say. I can manipulate them with the rtl init setting but that's it. We can't manually set them. I just opened the ticket today and the lady was actually very helpful and quick to call me back within three hours to ask me to fill out a support form to get more information and then she sent it to the development team / engineering team to get more information from them about my inquiry..

I wonder if the other settings he's mentioned have to be set to get the rtl's to set manually... I have not been able to find anything information wise in regards to setting those settings that he mentioned manually but, maybe you can drudge something up.. If you do tell me please.

I have a Rampage vi extreme motherboard by the way.
Does your bios have an option to adjust IOL offsets?
02-25-2020 07:43 PM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
Ah, my board is Asus, those settings are on a different page in the BIOS.

I have them on auto and on Asus they have predefined values, can't set 60 on the first one for example.

Never saw ppl changing those values for Intel platform on Asus, will do a bit of research.

Thanks.
I actually have a support ticket open with asus right now in regards to setting the rtl and io and iol's manually or not being able to I should say. I can manipulate them with the rtl init setting but that's it. We can't manually set them. I just opened the ticket today and the lady was actually very helpful and quick to call me back within three hours to ask me to fill out a support form to get more information and then she sent it to the development team / engineering team to get more information from them about my inquiry..

I wonder if the other settings he's mentioned have to be set to get the rtl's to set manually... I have not been able to find anything information wise in regards to setting those settings that he mentioned manually but, maybe you can drudge something up.. If you do tell me please.

I have a Rampage vi extreme motherboard by the way.
02-25-2020 07:35 PM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post

These 6 settings at the bottom. You can try to leave them on auto or you can try setting them manually. I'm not sure which mobo you have but if you have a gigabyte aorus board, 60/60/120/120/40/40 tends to be a good starting point for 4000+ ram speeds.
Ah, my board is Asus, those settings are on a different page in the BIOS.

I have them on auto and on Asus they have predefined values, can't set 60 on the first one for example.

Never saw ppl changing those values for Intel platform on Asus, will do a bit of research.

Thanks.
02-25-2020 07:13 PM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
No. What are those settings? What values you recommend? Should I set everything else back to Auto just to see if it works?

Edit: are you talking about the third timings part? If yes, yeah I have manually set all timings following the guide on this post https://www.overclock.net/forum/27784556-post7836.html
Thanks
These 6 settings at the bottom. You can try to leave them on auto or you can try setting them manually. I'm not sure which mobo you have but if you have a gigabyte aorus board, 60/60/120/120/40/40 tends to be a good starting point for 4000+ ram speeds.

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