Question G.Skill TridentZ RGB doesn't work

Nov 13, 2020
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Hello, I have problem with my RAM RGB control.

I build new PC with this spec:
MBO: Gigabyte X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI (mITX)
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X
RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB DDR4 F4-3600C16 (2x8GB)

I'm unable to control RAM RGB. I have just clean Windows 10 PRO 64bit instalation.

I tried BIOS F30 and F31e, X.M.P set to disable and also enable (profile1).
I also tried to instal G.Skill Trident Z Lighting Control (v. 1.00.18, 1.00.17, 1.00.08).
RAM stay in rainbow mode no mather what. They don't show up in RGB Fusion software.

Some useful tips are welcome ;) Thank you.
 
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Is your RGB Fusion up-to-date? There have been a lot of problems in the past with the G.Skill RGB RAM getting along with RGB Fusion.
Short answer is Yes ;)
Yesterday I tried install RGB Fusion using App Center and got RGB Fusion version B20.07xxx. But support page form my MBO gives me B20.1015.1. I tried both. Today my AppCenter updates it self and now also install RGB Fusion in version B20.1015.1. (date 2‎020/10/16) .
 
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Here is my "SPD_Dump.XML" file content:

XML:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<MemorySPDInfos>
  <MemorySPDInfo>
    <Title>Slot #0</Title>
    <Type>DDR IV SDRAM</Type>
    <Capacity>8192 MBytes</Capacity>
    <MaxFrequency>PC17100(1066 MHZ)</MaxFrequency>
    <Manufacture>G Skill Intl</Manufacture>
    <PartNumber>F4-3600C16-8GTZR</PartNumber>
    <SerialNumber>00000000</SerialNumber>
    <Date>N/A</Date>
    <XMP_Count>1</XMP_Count>
    <X140>4</X140>
    <X141>205</X141>
    <X1EF>0</X1EF>
    <X1F0>82</X1F0>
    <X1F1>71</X1F1>
    <X1F2>66</X1F2>
    <X1F5>0</X1F5>
    <X1F6>0</X1F6>
    <X1F7>0</X1F7>
    <X1F8>0</X1F8>
    <XC8>0</XC8>
    <XC9>0</XC9>
    <XCA>0</XCA>
    <XCB>0</XCB>
    <X161>0</X161>
    <X162>0</X162>
    <X168>0</X168>
    <XMP1_Support>1</XMP1_Support>
    <XMP2_Support>0</XMP2_Support>
  </MemorySPDInfo>
  <MemorySPDInfo>
    <Title>Slot #1</Title>
    <Type>DDR IV SDRAM</Type>
    <Capacity>8192 MBytes</Capacity>
    <MaxFrequency>PC17100(1066 MHZ)</MaxFrequency>
    <Manufacture>G Skill Intl</Manufacture>
    <PartNumber>F4-3600C16-8GTZR</PartNumber>
    <SerialNumber>00000000</SerialNumber>
    <Date>N/A</Date>
    <XMP_Count>1</XMP_Count>
    <X140>4</X140>
    <X141>205</X141>
    <X1EF>0</X1EF>
    <X1F0>82</X1F0>
    <X1F1>71</X1F1>
    <X1F2>66</X1F2>
    <X1F5>0</X1F5>
    <X1F6>0</X1F6>
    <X1F7>0</X1F7>
    <X1F8>0</X1F8>
    <XC8>0</XC8>
    <XC9>0</XC9>
    <XCA>0</XCA>
    <XCB>0</XCB>
    <X161>0</X161>
    <X162>0</X162>
    <X168>0</X168>
    <XMP1_Support>1</XMP1_Support>
    <XMP2_Support>0</XMP2_Support>
  </MemorySPDInfo>
</MemorySPDInfos>
 
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OK, some news here :D Gigabyte released new version of BIOS and RGB Fusion.... All because new AMD Ryzen 5000. So I gave it a try (because i have 5800x). RAM modules has appeared in RGB Fusion now. Only "little problem" with this new version is, that It sets wrong color to D-LED pin. I have fans on this pin. So to glow whole case in red color I need to set fan color to green and rest of components to red.... Oh boy, Gigabyte... :rolleyes:
 

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