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Thaiphoon Burner Is there a tutorial?
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Is there a tutorial? Thx!
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First you have to buy the full program (personal license), then you open it up and find your stick in the database, it should look like this when you search for your ram:



You click on the ram that corresponds to your kit and hit export, save that file somewhere. Then you click write -At this stage close any monitoring software just in case-, this is only available in the full version and it should look like this:



You select the file you downloaded in the "Load SPD dump from file" and you write to each stick individually from the EEPROM Location (maybe the "write to all" does that automatically but I don't know for sure because I haven't tried that). At least that's what I did.
Edited by Clukos - 5/2/17 at 1:44am
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Hey guys, I've just updated the free edition of Thaiphoon Burner to v10.1.0.0 build 0502 to let you compare SPD dumps with the Comporator tool. This will help you assess the corruption rate of SPD of your G.SKILL Trident Z RGB modules. Below is a screenshot that displays a critical corruption rate.

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As you can see, the first part of SPD (Bytes 0x00 - 0xFF) is significantly corrupted and needs to be reprogram as soon as possible since it contains important data on timing delays, clock cycle times, DRAM and module physical parameters, etc. The second part (Bytes 0x100 - 0x1FF) is untouched and it contains XMP profiles, module's part number, DRAM and module manufacturer ID, serial number, production date.
Edited by Voodoo Jungle - 5/2/17 at 1:49am
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Just ran it and it seems perfect on my end:

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So it definitely works as you would expect.
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Started using the ZenStates program and I've seem to have lost my downclockng (and options in power settings). A quick google and it said to modify the registry to enable the option again but it didn't seem to work. I assume i'm missing something?

When the Zenstates app loads it puts the motherboard into OC mode, which is why i've lost my downclocking?

TIA

[EDIT] Cleared CMOS and didn't change BLK seems to have resolved this... I'll try up BLK again to see if it does it again.

[EDIT2] Confirmed when I change the BLK in BIOS to 100.2 it disabled the Min Processor State in power options. Which leads me to why when BIOS set to 100 BLK it shows as 98.8 frown.gif !
Edited by 4rcherz - 5/2/17 at 2:39am
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I will maybe be booting up my Ryzen computer for the first time later today, but I am unnerved by reading about how SPD data on ram sticks can be corrupted. Are there pointers to avoid having similar issues?

I don't have a lot of RGB/LED stuff, certainly not on my ram sticks, so I am thinking, if I just don't install software for "Aura" or any other LED software, I should be good, right?

Edit: At least wrong SPD values seem easy to detect, using cpu-z software.
Edited by Decoman - 5/2/17 at 3:24am
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Hi folks,

Can someone who has a board with non-working RGB LED lighting please contact me? We need a board that is non-responsive to Aura/firmware, where the RGB LEDs will not work no matter what you do. If you have such an issue please drop me a PM. We'll set up an exchange so that we can find out why this is happening.

-Raja
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 5/2/17 at 2:40am
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Hi folks,

Can someone who has a board with non-working RGB LED lighting please contact me? We need a board that is non-responsive to Aura, where the RGB LEDs will not work no matter what you do. If you have such an issue please drop me a PM. We'll set up an exchange so that we can find out why this is happening.

-Raja

I had that happen to me and I resolved it simply by going into the bios and disabling/enabling the led. The board lighting would not work not matter what unless I did that change. Not touching Aura though, it's very risky at this moment (SPD problem), sorry. Hope that helps in some way thumb.gif
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if I just don't install software for "Aura" or any other LED software, I should be good, right?

Yes, Aura is causing the problems. Since I've flashed my ram I have 0 issues without using Aura thumb.gif
Edited by Clukos - 5/2/17 at 2:37am
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we are se same issues on : Ram bricked


https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f12/asus-prime-x370-pro-am4-1156996-63.html#post25515831
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