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Sorry: double post
Edited by Fernando 1 - 2/24/13 at 6:39am
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

How can I update the RAID OROM and Gbe firmware manually?
1. Regarding the RAID ROM look here:
http://www.win-lite.de/wbb/board208-specials/board281-bios-bios-modding/16658-bios-modding-how-to-update-pci-rom-modules-of-an-ami-phoenix-award-bios/

2. Regarding the Gbe you may look here:
http://www.station-drivers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=4116&p=16173
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Also, what other OROMs/firmwares are updateable for my board?
That depends on the mainboard's devices and features.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 2/24/13 at 8:17am
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MEI 9.x driver is out on Stationdrivers. Anyone try it?
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Wait, both links you gave me point to the Intel ME firmware? Can you please double check?
You are right - my bad. Now there are 2 different links.
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Which ME version do you recommend for overclocking?
You should check the Gbe version of your system and then look for the latest ME version, which is suitable for that Gbe version.
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You are right - my bad. Now there are 2 different links.
You should check the Gbe version of your system and then look for the latest ME version, which is suitable for that Gbe version.

Thanks. So the Intel ME has no effect in overclocking whatsoever?
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@Fernando1

In your thread here there are lots of different RST RAID OROM types. How would I know if I need to use RST or RST(e) or SataDriver?
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In your thread here there are lots of different RST RAID OROM types. How would I know if I need to use RST or RST(e) or SataDriver?
If you want to get the newest Intel RAID ROM workng with your Intel SATA AHCI or RAID Controller, you should update to the RST(e) RAID ROM v11.6.0.1702 (well approved) or v12.0.0.1783 (that's the newest).
The Intel RST drivers and RAID ROM modules (latest version: 11.2.x.xxxx) are the older, RST(e) drvers and OROM modules (from v11.5.x.xxxx up) the newer ones. I have named them Intel RST(e) to make clear, that it is a new generation of Intel drivers, which have an addtional SCSI filter driver.
The Intel EFI RAID "SataDriver" modules are only needed and usable, if the mainboard BIOS offers the OS installation in clean EFI mode with the BIOS option "CSM Disabled". If you are able and going to install Windows 8 in EFI mode, the ntel SATA AHCI/RAID Controller wll use the "SataDriver" BIOS module instead of the Intel RAID ROM.
If you find a separate file named "SataDrver" within your BOS after having opened it with the Aptio UEFI MMTool, you can update both modules, the Intel RAD ROM, which is wthin the CSMCORE file, and the separate "SataDriver" module. Nevertheless only one of them will be used by the system (dependng on the OS installation mode > EFI or Non-EFI).
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

If you want to get the newest Intel RAID ROM workng with your Intel SATA AHCI or RAID Controller, you should update to the RST(e) RAID ROM v11.6.0.1702 (well approved) or v12.0.0.1783 (that's the newest).
The Intel RST drivers and RAID ROM modules (latest version: 11.2.x.xxxx) are the older, RST(e) drvers and OROM modules (from v11.5.x.xxxx up) the newer ones. I have named them Intel RST(e) to make clear, that it is a new generation of Intel drivers, which have an addtional SCSI filter driver.
The Intel EFI RAID "SataDriver" modules are only needed and usable, if the mainboard BIOS offers the OS installation in clean EFI mode with the BIOS option "CSM Disabled". If you are able and going to install Windows 8 in EFI mode, the ntel SATA AHCI/RAID Controller wll use the "SataDriver" BIOS module instead of the Intel RAID ROM.
If you find a separate file named "SataDrver" within your BOS after having opened it with the Aptio UEFI MMTool, you can update both modules, the Intel RAD ROM, which is wthin the CSMCORE file, and the separate "SataDriver" module. Nevertheless only one of them will be used by the system (dependng on the OS installation mode > EFI or Non-EFI).

Oh ok. The OP here can also do the same for me, right?

If I flash over a modded BIOS, will my current ME firmware be replaced as well?

I hope you can reply to my PM as well, I have some other questions there also.
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I hope you can reply to my PM as well, I have some other questions there also.
I am sorry, but I don't give any individual support via PM or eMail.
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