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http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407

Are this drivers ok for all p67/Z68/Z77 mobos?
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http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407
Are this drivers ok for all p67/Z68/Z77 mobos?

Unless you have disks in RAID, this installer would be better.

And yes, it would work on those chipsets. It worked on my P55 smile.gif
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Thanks, what is the difference? i use the same type of drivers which i linked like 2 years by now smile.gif
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Thanks, what is the difference? i use the same type of drivers which i linked like 2 years by now smile.gif

Most of the time it's small performance increases or better compatibility, but Intel drivers are always rock solid no matter which ones you use. Of course, newer drivers are better, especially for SSD's.
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Guys, are these speeds normal for a Raid 0 setup!? I remember people used to get over 1Gb for Seq Read !
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Update your AS-SSD to later version (1.6.4.x).

You're not using RST 11.5 so yes Seq should be faster and so should the 4k writes (if you're after speed on those 11.2 is best for me though I still keep 11.5). Also your 4k-64thrd reads are low especially with 128GB in RAID, you should be getting 450MB/s+ (single 128GB gets higher score than what you're seeing).
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I installed the 11.2 IRST and got these results ! At least seq read went up! could having different firmwares cause this?! one of them has 0309 and other one uses 000F.
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In some points yes, if it was me I would roll back the 000F to 0309 instead of updating 0309 to 000F (unless you use SAS). The only other noticable thing it did was increase write access speed.

Have you ever ran either SSD alone to see their 4k-64thrd reads..? They weren't showing ~133MB/s by any chance?
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In some points yes, if it was me I would roll back the 000F to 0309 instead of updating 0309 to 000F (unless you use SAS). The only other noticable thing it did was increase write access speed.
Have you ever ran either SSD alone to see their 4k-64thrd reads..? They weren't showing ~133MB/s by any chance?
I used one of them for a year or so, but didn't keep any benches.
I found this from the benchmark thread.


I see what you r saying.
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So what drivers are the latest, i think something is fishy about this ones, i think they don't support p67 or i'm wrong? 11.5.0.1207?
Should i use 11.2.0.1006 instead?

What drivers are you talking about here? IRST? I looked on the Intel site and it shows that 10.​8.​0.​1003 is the latest version. Maybe I am confused about something.
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