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Oh ok, so I just downgrade to 16.7 and it would be stable? I didn't experience any problems with 16.8 though.
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Why fix it when you don't experience any problems?
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Why fix it when you don't experience any problems?

Well, I just noticed the problem now regarding the Intel OROM showing up even though it is disabled in BIOS.
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I updated the Intel option rom 11.0.0.1339 in my bios and installed Intel RST 11.0.0.1032. Everything is smooth and stable.

Here are my AS SSD/ATTO benchmarks of my raid 0 Mushkin 120's w/ 128 stripe aligned to 1024 with the updates:

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The ATTO is slower compared to the .1109 Orom and 11.5 RST Alpha I had before.
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It's been my experience that running memory at higher than 1600 effects stability, higher overclocks and therefore performance. In other words you'll see better performance running a higher CPU clock than a higher memory memory frequency. I always recommend spending the extra funds on an SSD vs premium memory for those reasons and for even more noticeable performance gain. If you still have the opportunity to return them I would, if not, the good news is you can tighten the timings considerably with that kit when running at 1600 to say 9-9-9-24-1t. I'd say 4.6 is not out of reach running them at that speed where 4.2 may be your max at 2133 but it's hard to know for sure with out testing/benching your config. GL

Ram now RMA for a 1600 kit, new build not going well as i now have a VGA Red Led error on.

This is the Third Asus Mobo out of Four that has given me major problems, no wonder I have Grey hair....
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Well, I just noticed the problem now regarding the Intel OROM showing up even though it is disabled in BIOS.



Orom is related to Inter RST if you use raid. De network driver has nothing to do with this. There is howerever also an PXE boot option during startup when enabled.

To disable Orom messages in post goto to UEFI bios during boot by pressing del. Go to advanced mode. Then to Boot Now select option ROM messages and select the option keep current. Save and exit.

To disbale PXE Network boot. Same as before but not go to boot.Got advanced. Choose onboard devices configuration. Disable intel PXE Oprom. Save and exit.

That's all there is to it. It has all nothing to do with the driver you use.

Misja
Edited by Mieske666 - 1/19/12 at 3:41am
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Orom is related to Inter RST if you use raid. De network driver has nothing to do with this. There is howerever also an PXE boot option during startup when enabled.
To disable Orom messages in post goto to UEFI bios during boot by pressing del. Go to advanced mode. Then to Boot Now select option ROM messages and select the option keep current. Save and exit.
To disbale PXE Network boot. Same as before but not go to boot.Got advanced. Choose onboard devices configuration. Disable intel PXE Oprom. Save and exit.
That's all there is to it. It has all nothing to do with the driver you use.
Misja

Actually, we have the same POV here. I know it has nothing to do with the driver but as I've said it is there with 16.8. This is also reported by many 16.8 users. All the settings you explained, I already have them set exactly how you explained even before. I downgraded to 16.7 and the PXE boot went away.
post #438 of 1418
Well that's weird. I have 16.8 and there is no issue..... Maybe a gen3 thingy?

Well 16.7 was fine as well anyway thumb.gif
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I'm running 16.8 on a P8Z68V Pro/1101 and a P8Z68V/0902. No issues other than the first boot after install.
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So what are the issues that are very infamous right now with 16.8?
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