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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

I have been trying 3600 16-16-16-36-1T @ 1.45v My ram is G. Skill F4-3600C16-8GTZR (B-Die). So it is native 3600 but with 2T. No way to switch Command Rate on the Gaming K7 =/.

Also tried 112.5 BCLK with the same timings but I get E6 instead which seems to be a VGA Q-Code.

I've also tried both PCIe 1.0 and 2.0 without success.



Aaaa to get my 3600 im on 135.x bclk what cpu Soc are You on?? Onnmy case auto booted up with 1.15 but reduced to my 3472ddr stable volts and thats 1.13x but thats up to how good imc You have. Some here say/tested that it can warry and x series could have better imcs MAYBE.
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I have a problem with the RGB stuff.

I installed Aura Sync software a few days ago and everything worked ok, but now all the motherboard lights turned off and can't open the Aura Sync app.

Tried clear CMOS, disable and enable ROG effects in the BIOS, installing and reinstalling Aura Sync and nothing works...

My Trident Z RGB works though.

Any ideas?
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

Worryingly, Aura is not considered BETA either, at least it doesn't say it is.

The G.Skill software is tho, but I've not used that as a user on here said it (probably) broke his RAM and he put me off trying it biggrin.gif

Yep, that was me. Mine died 1 day after I installed the gskill rgb software. So I thought this was the killer! Someone else here ended this theory cause he had same issues but didn't install the gskill sw. Probably he used Aura. But if I'm right gskill rgb software is based on /working with Aura?!.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Yep, that was me. Mine died 1 day after I installed the gskill rgb software. So I thought this was the killer! Someone else here ended this theory cause he had same issues but didn't install the gskill sw. Probably he used Aura. But if I'm right gskill rgb software is based on /working with Aura?!.

They look identical, so I think it's nailed on they're essentially the same.
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4.0 + 3300-CL14 vs. (stock) reference

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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

They look identical, so I think it's nailed on they're essentially the same.

That's also what I thought.
So no RGB software for me with these new sticks till sorted out @ gskill or Aura. Can't risk returning again.
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anyone whos on the creators update going thru sever instability regardless of ram settings.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

That's also what I thought.
So no RGB software for me with these new sticks till sorted out @ gskill or Aura. Can't risk returning again.

Ditto, I uninstalled it a few days ago after my lights went off when PC was off.

Luckily, it was a straight forward Aura issue this time, so I reset everything to defaults and uninstalled it.

On my last board nothing worked to bring the lights back, they weren't even listed in the Aura app!
Edited by SpecChum - 4/24/17 at 4:15pm
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post #11310 of 17018
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Yep, that was me. Mine died 1 day after I installed the gskill rgb software. So I thought this was the killer! Someone else here ended this theory cause he had same issues but didn't install the gskill sw. Probably he used Aura. But if I'm right gskill rgb software is based on /working with Aura?!.

This make sense to me.

I first installed the Trident Z RGB software, then the Aura Sync app, and got a lot of erratic behaviours, random lightning patterns and crashes in both programs.

Now my motherboard lights (and the AMD cooler lighting strip) don't work anymore, just the RAM.
Edited by Merkurio - 4/24/17 at 4:24pm
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