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  • Squall_Rinoa89
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    1.00.22 doesn't detect Trident Z RGB, but 1.00.18 does just fine on my Intel platform with i9 9900K.

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  • RedSector
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    Taken few goes but finally figured out that, if you uninstall AURA, reset the RAM power (disconnect PSU / drain power), boot windows, then install latest G.skill Lighting Control V22. Shutdown and reboot, you get full control of the ram. Now when you install AURA it does not conflict and cause issue with control of the RGB.

    Hope someone might find this helpful in the future, if they have an issue, need to use Version 1.07.71 of AURA.

    AURA Version 1.07.79_V2.2 however does not work with the current version of G.skill Lighting Control V22.
    Last edited by RedSector; 12-12-2020, 06:18 PM.

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  • Papadon
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    V22 works well for me so far - no issues with Trident Royal 2 x 32GB kit DDR-4000 with Ryzen 5800x

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  • RedSector
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    Originally posted by emissary42 View Post
    V22 stop the single module getting stuck, so does uninstall it and clearing the residual power for full rainbow effect. But this new one I have no control over DIMMS with and have someone with Ryzen 5000 series MSI board testing now as well and confirmed working for him.

    So for my system, the DIMM control on the left has no selectable modules.
    Last edited by RedSector; 12-04-2020, 03:01 AM. Reason: added 5000 series update works.

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  • emissary42
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    Originally posted by Papadon View Post
    emissary42 - hi there, any updates on a release date for this? the rainbow is killing me!
    The update is already available @ https://www.gskill.com/download/1502...GB,-Royal,-Neo)

    (direct link https://www.gskill.com/gskill-device...l-v1.00.22.zip )

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  • RedSector
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    Originally posted by Papadon View Post
    G. Skill 64GB DDR4000 kit here with new Ryzen 5800x - confirmed no working RGB in G. Skill software. Using ASRock B550 which has horrible software, and no working RAM RGB detected there either. Can we please get an ETA on a fix for the G. Skill software? Getting tired of the full brightness rainbow. Thanks.
    I have Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19042.630] with 3900x, x570 CH8 4x G Skill F4-3800C14-8GTZN BIOS 2702 and not sure when, but when 4xRAM slot 2 (from the CPU) does not detect in G.Skill Control software. Here where it gets freaky... drop 2xRAM and it detects in slot 2 from CPU fine and you can control it. Drop four back in, mix them all round and still lose control again of DIMM2. This wasn't always the case, but there is no way I can fix this. Fresh windows install no difference, only g.skill control software, no difference.

    Nothing I try will fix this or give me normal control 4xRAM. I can have rainbow only because I can't control DIMM 2 from CPU or even detect it with g.skill software.

    Example photo, just turned off all DIMMS, yet 1 remains rainbow. Give control from G.skill to Aura Sync prior and can gain control of all of them but after G.skill software - nope only the same three but muck around turning it on/off in AURA and eventually gain control over all four again. BUGGY much ?

    There has to be an issue with the actual G.skill control software.
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    Last edited by RedSector; 12-03-2020, 10:25 PM.

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  • Papadon
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    emissary42 - hi there, any updates on a release date for this? the rainbow is killing me!

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  • Papadon
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    G. Skill 64GB DDR4000 kit here with new Ryzen 5800x - confirmed no working RGB in G. Skill software. Using ASRock B550 which has horrible software, and no working RAM RGB detected there either. Can we please get an ETA on a fix for the G. Skill software? Getting tired of the full brightness rainbow. Thanks.

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  • supremeboy
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    I really dislike gigabyte RGB fusion. I only use that because of AIO cpu cooler rgb control. G.skill memory rgb lights are much better for me. On top of that Gigabyte RGB fusion is buggy as hell not working correctly always.
    I'm using Asus Armory Crate to control memory RGB. It works.

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  • emissary42
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    Gigabyte has already published an update of RGB Fusion 2.0 with Ryzen 5000 series support, so you can just use that instead (it is recommended anyways, if you want to control more than just the LEDs of your RAM).

    Edit: An updated version of ASUS Aura with Ryzen 5000 series support is also available!

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  • supremeboy
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    So still no update regarding S.skill software not working?
    I upgraded my CPU to 5800 using latest Gigabyte bios 31F and s.skill software doesnt work at all

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  • Absolut_Zero
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    Originally posted by emissary42 View Post
    In the G.SKILL support forum at Hardwareluxx, an official said they know about the issue with Ryzen 5000 and are already working on a fix for Trident Z Lighting Control.

    It is probably the same with all motherboard manufacturers and their LED suites...
    Confirming on my Ryzen 7 5800X, the RGB Controls stopped working on my Trident Z Neo (3600mhz). Lighting control was working on my previous CPU, which was a Ryzen 9 3900X.

    Was there any ETA on a fix for this?

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  • Fiskerton
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    This is more of a feature request than an issue. Is it possible for you guys to make the rainbow and other non-static light effect modes allow you to change the brightness of the LEDs as the only brightness of the current non-static modes are way to bright on my eyes and basically makes it so I can't use those effects. Also it would be very nice if we could pick the colors being used in the non-static modes like you can in the static. Thanks

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  • sfrey
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    I have Trident Z NEO 3600 RAM and when I recently built my PC along with the ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F Motherboard everything worked flawlessly. I had set for the RGB on both RAM (white) and Motherboard (red) to match the theme of my build. Every time I put the PC in sleep mode ALL the LEDs would turn off. No settings were changed in the bios or within the corresponding apps for each product. Randomly in the two months prior to the build, one day the bright white LEDs on the RAM stayed illuminated while in sleep. I have exhausted all of my options in trying to figure out a solution for this. I have resulted in having to turn off the LED through the GSKILL app just to not keep me awake at night with how bright the LED shines. I tried dimming the output of the LED and still it illuminates my entire bedroom which is a HUGE distraction. I remember doing a Windows update and ever since then the GSKILL and ASUS programs stop working in correlation to where the LEDs would turn off at sleep. If there is any solutions anyone has found that 100% work without disabling the LED itself PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE post them below. I love these two products but something has to be done!

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  • emissary42
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    Originally posted by Yeroc3103 View Post
    Based on the last few posts there I assume this is a Ryzen 5000 issue. Can anyone from G.Skill acknowledge?
    In the G.SKILL support forum at Hardwareluxx, an official said they know about the issue with Ryzen 5000 and are already working on a fix for Trident Z Lighting Control.

    It is probably the same with all motherboard manufacturers and their LED suites...

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