I have this RAM and I load up in to Windows and control the LEDs. Once I get them how I want them I reboot over to MacOS, the LEDs stay the way they are configured in Windows. I have to remove power completely from the system to have them revert out of the configuration.
My apologies I should have been more clear. The SU is what I installed, Apple had pulled the initial release of 10.15.5 before I installed it, so the supplemental update was all that I installed. running fine.
My hope is the drivers that zxystd is working on will eventually get us to a point of having full Mac parity.
This may not be possible but it's what I'm hoping for eventually. I am extremely close to this today with my Z390 build.
An oddity that I am trying to look in to is this:
Here you can see in Hackintool the WiFi (AX201) issuing reported as an AC-9462. Even the Device ID is being reported as 0x02F0. I believe this is why I'm not getting any response from the Wireless Drivers by zxystd.
I know several people...
I do have Windows and MacOSX on the system. Windows is on the M.2 and MacOSX is on the SATA.
I didn't run in to any issues with windows as far as drivers or such
I'm not sure why you are running BootCamp Drivers. BootCamp drivers are for Mac specific hardware and the NUC doesn't really have...