So yeah.. A lot of people have the problem with the G.Skill Trident Z RGB ram when using the Asus Sync software. The closest to a solution for Asus Sync is to turn DRAM SPD Write on for Asus Sync to detect the ram, however i have to turn it on and off like every fourth day or so.. Is there any better solution to solve this problem??
UPDATE: Today the ram dosen't even react on DRAM SPD write anymore.. Can somebody please provide a solution to the this problem?
I'm using Prime Z270-A, and G.Skill TriedntZ 3200, I have SPD Write OFF in BIOS...
When I first boot, if I open Aura, It fails, and crashes, I have to wait at least a few minutes.... then if I open Aura my RAM doesn't show... however, if I click REFRESH, Aura (and some times my PC) crashes, - I then restart, wait 5 mins and open Aura my RAM is there...
I have a lighting effect set for my RAM, and when I boot the RAM defaults to the Rainbow cycle, and after about 5 minutes of being in Windows, my custom profile suddenly kicks in and the LED's change to how I set them..
SO... I'm guessing there's some delay somewhere, shut down fully, turn SPD Write OFF, boot up, wait at LEAST 5 mins (longer the better) and try opening Aura, see if your RAM shows...
as I said, open it too soon after boot, it screws up!
Isn't there any better solution? As i said my only solution is to turn SPD Write on and off every now and then. Your solution dosen't work either and i also would have to turn SPD Write on and off every few hours.. Like this has been a big problem for a long time now and the ram still dosen't sync.. Please fix Asus..
drc mclow wrote:
its not complicated... but i dont like restarting the programm all the time... its not working properly thats the problem, they should fix it, and shouldnt let us wait a year for a update lol