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once you disable CSM in the BIOS you get a new tab in the BIOS for RST which should allow you to perform it.
Thank you very much for answering my question. Since I didn't know about the additional EFI BIOS section named "Intel(R) Rapid Storage", I had no idea about how to create and to manage the Intel RAID settings in native EFI mode.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 1/22/13 at 2:45pm
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@ ucode and error-id10t:
Meanwhile I was able to recreate the RAID0 array by using the "Intel(R) Rapid Storage" tab of the UEFI BIOS and to get Win8 x64 properly installed in EFI mode onto the RAID0 array. The "System reserved" 350 MB sized partition, which is part of the array, is shown as active, that means it contains the boot sector and the GPT.
Nevertheless there are 2 problems to be solved:
  1. It is impossible for me to disable CSM. As soon as I do it, I get the message "The current BIOS settings do not fully support the boot device. Click OK to enter the BIOS Setup."
  2. Although I had unplugged my 2 TB HDD (with no OS, just Data) until the Win8 installation had been completed, the system has set the first partition of the HDD as "active" as soon as I reconnected the HDD.
Now I would like to know,
a) which BIOS settings are needed to fully support my RAID array as boot device and
b) why has the first partition of my DATA HDD has been set as bootable.
Any advice is much appreciated.
I am sorry about this rather OT discussion. If needed, it can be continued by PM.
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hi. Can you mod the new bios 2.60 for Asrock extreme 6.
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thanks man, you rock!
Edited by mrgamer81 - 1/23/13 at 4:21pm
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FYI for any RAID systems (I wonder if it would help single ssd performance with using intel rst)

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2297599

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Not sure why they keep saying it's ASROCK specific, ASUS has all of that which is what I run, it's a great video to show-case the performance though.
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Just wanted to say thanks, garikfox. I used the Sabertooth Z77 BIOS and it works great! Cheers.
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Having some kind of an issue with the GOP

Did you get that sorted?


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It is impossible for me to disable CSM. As soon as I do it, I get the message "The current BIOS settings do not fully support the boot device.

Sounds like something is not compatible with one or more of the BIOS drivers, maybe the graphics card. For that you could try the iGPU instead or maybe there are options in your BIOS to just set only the RAID to EFI driver, if that is all you are after, rather than totally disable CSM.


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Although I had unplugged my 2 TB HDD (with no OS, just Data) until the Win8 installation had been completed, the system has set the first partition of the HDD as "active" as soon as I reconnected the HDD.

Idk, have a read of this. Too many negatives for me personally to use the EFI driver when legacy still works so well and can still use GPT with it. Maybe when it has matured some more, but I will not be using it for now.


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Not sure why they keep saying it's ASROCK specific, ASUS has all of that which is what I run, it's a great video to show-case the performance though.

Well if it causes some competitiveness then maybe that is a good thing. Not sure what it is all about though, I have near the same BIOS post time as the Asrock using fast boot and UEFI BIOS RAID driver on W8 while I'm using 2 RAID 0 sets and a standalone on ASUS P67 with W7, no fast boot and legacy OROM. What does it prove exactly? BTW Asus has already incorporated RST UEFI driver into X79.
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Did you get that sorted?

Yeap I know the reason, the version of that GOP is the same as what we have in the ASUS already. If there is a newer one, the method works - I'm fairly sure there is, though I'm still at the same point as earlier, I cannot get anything out of the Intel BIOS files (which is a PITA, it's the only one I can't read/access).
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Well if it causes some competitiveness then maybe that is a good thing. Not sure what it is all about though, I have near the same BIOS post time as the Asrock using fast boot and UEFI BIOS RAID driver on W8 while I'm using 2 RAID 0 sets and a standalone on ASUS P67 with W7, no fast boot and legacy OROM. What does it prove exactly? BTW Asus has already incorporated RST UEFI driver into X79.

It's a great thing. Also, I see that at least 1 asrock Z77 board has it now too, shame they didn't update GOP at the same time.
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