Funny weirdness going on re: my RAM SPDs (using G.Skill Trident Z RGB (F4-3600C16-8GTZR) it was beginning to look corrupted, and when I posted my OC's CPU-z validation I freaked out. (Look at my first RAM stick's SPD versus my second one here): https://valid.x86.fr/msia43
See how the second Stick has no Part number or manufacturer listed? That was also happening in CPU-z when I re: opened it to check. At the time I was still using Aura (and had it installed) and had just recently re-corrected the colors of the RGB on my board and RAM. Having seen this issue, came here to research it, then removed aura. NOW it looks like my SPDs are fine (as if they were "attempting" to corrupt, but hadn't done so yet. I'm attempting to use Typhoon's "compare" feature to compare my sticks to a "known good" copy of the data file, but not owning the licensed version, I can't easily do that. Could someone either post a known good copy of my RAM's SPD data (if they have it, or have access to it) or maybe I could post the hex or readout (or my dump file) and someone could take a look? It's LOOKING as if I "caught" the corruption before it took, but I want to be 100% sure.
I'm mostly posting this in hopes it helps Elmor or others diagnose what's going on between AURA and G.Skill's RGB RAM.
I think that Voodoo Jungle recently updated the free version of Thaiphoon to allow the comparator to work but for writing to the modules you still need to throw 20 quid at it.