Just for anyone else reading this, the way RAM works on modern systems is:
The CPU supports native speeds with a maximum:
On Intel - 2133MHz
On AMD - 2666MHz
To achieve speeds over the max supported speeds you use XMP (extreme memory profile - Intel) or DOCP (direct overclock...
It won't be officially supported over 2666MHz, the only way to be sure is to install it and try applying an XMP for 3200MHz
The chassis is a TongFang GK7NPFR
There is a competitor who is selling it with 3200MHz so it should be possible so long as the feature is available in BIOS.
I've done a decent hunt and can't find any mention of gsync also.... I'm not 100% sure how they label it on laptop screens though so not sure of giving a definitive answer weather it is or not.
I'd contact PCS.
Ok so the next time it lights up we’ll need to know exactly which LED it is as there’s a group there. Photo would be best, if you can’t reduce the file size, then you can upload it to cloud storage and share the link.
Does it give the exact panel model number in the RMA details? If so we can look it up. If not, I'd contact them to confirm and get advice how to enable gsync.
But AFAIK, the steps you've taken are correct for enabling GSync.