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09-17-2019 03:38 PM
ntuason The lighting options RGBFusion has for Trident Z Royals are really boring. You guys aren’t missing anything. G Skills RGB software is so much better but I can’t install it since my light box relies on RGBFusion and that hijacks my Trident Z Royals... Wish I could disable RAM lighting on RGBFusion.
09-17-2019 02:53 PM
KaRLiToS Is it that bad to have the Royal Z 3600mhz 2 x 16GB. I received them today. Should I return them and get a 4 x 8GB kit ? Just wanna playbsome games. Benchmarking is over for me.
09-17-2019 01:44 PM
Padinn
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Padinn View Post
Rgb fusion update broke my ram support, it's not detected at all now
I just finished trying out the new version of rgb fusion. It broke the aorus rgb nvme ssd support. My Gskill trident z rgb ended up working after a shutdown/reboot but the aorus rgb nvme ssd was stuck on old settings and was no longer recognized even after a shutdown/reboot. i'm on an aorus z390 master. I had to roll back to the previous version of rgb fusion to get everything working again.
I've got trident z memory as well, tried rebooting and reinstall, no luck. *shrug*
09-17-2019 09:08 AM
Sheyster
Quote: Originally Posted by Padinn View Post
Rgb fusion update broke my ram support, it's not detected at all now

I'm not at all surprised by this.
09-17-2019 09:00 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by Padinn View Post
Rgb fusion update broke my ram support, it's not detected at all now
I just finished trying out the new version of rgb fusion. It broke the aorus rgb nvme ssd support. My Gskill trident z rgb ended up working after a shutdown/reboot but the aorus rgb nvme ssd was stuck on old settings and was no longer recognized even after a shutdown/reboot. i'm on an aorus z390 master. I had to roll back to the previous version of rgb fusion to get everything working again.
09-17-2019 08:09 AM
Padinn
Quote: Originally Posted by Medvediy View Post
I've just found that 09.09.2019 Gigabyte updated WiFi and BT drivers for Aorus Master. And they updated RGB Fusion.
Can't find any change log info. Could anyone help me with that?
Rgb fusion update broke my ram support, it's not detected at all now
09-17-2019 07:36 AM
w3ggy
Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
That is a verifiied bug. Contact support.
They just said they didn't test motherboard with these modules.

Quote: Originally Posted by w3ggy View Post
Can someone explain to me how a motherboard decide which frequency she will use?
Now I use 3600 17 17 17 36 1T
But in reality, it starts with 3700 17 17 17 36 1T

If I decrease 36 to 35 it starts with
2600 17 17 17 35 1T
What's going wrong? How to disable it?
I have a lot of issues with memory and it makes me angry sometimes.

My motherboard:
Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi
BIOS version is F10.
09-17-2019 04:37 AM
Dannyele
Quote: Originally Posted by Salve1412 View Post
I've got the exact same RAM, CPU and Mobo. Trying to make the kit work at its XMP speed has been an absolute nightmare. I've even asked for an RMA twice from G.Skill, purchased (and returned) another identical kit in order to see if a configuration with four sticks could take advantage of the presumed T-Topology of the board, but with no luck at all. Tweaked everything I could (VCCSA, VCCIO, DRAM Voltage and Termination, secondary and tertiary timings), but every attempt was useless: with four DIMMs filled the system was a bit more stable but errors ultimately showed up. Probably the CPU's Memory controller is too weak, even though in the future I'd like to try my CPU and RAM combo on a RAMoverclocking-wise solid mobo such as a Maximus XI Apex and see how they'll behave.

I'll attach my current settings: they've passed 10000% Karhu RAMTest. Maybe you can try them and see if they are good for you (if so we could even compare AIDA benchmarks)!

X.M.P. ON
Memory Ref Clock: 133
DRAM Voltage: 1.44v
DRAM Termination: Normal
VCCIO: 1.22v
System Agent: 1.23v

Just a note on tWTR_S and tWTR_L. They are driven by tWRRD_dg and tWRRD_sg. So at first leave them on Auto and manually set only the second couple at the lowest number you can without compromising stability (you could try for example my values of 26 and 30 respectively). Then manually set the former in the BIOS after seeing in Asrock timing configurator which value is assigned to them. You'll find far better and more competent information about this in the guide you've been referred to.
WOW! Thank you!

Will take a look and update!
09-17-2019 04:35 AM
Medvediy I've just found that 09.09.2019 Gigabyte updated WiFi and BT drivers for Aorus Master. And they updated RGB Fusion.
Can't find any change log info. Could anyone help me with that?
09-17-2019 02:55 AM
KedarWolf I found my Corsair Link USB dongle, my dongle is tiny, was hard to find. Now I can turn PSU overcurrent protection off, might fix the random reboots with C-States disabled.
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