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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

WHQL or not, the OROM is out.

The RAID OROM & UEFI version for this release is 12.0.0.1783

In the Performance tab you need to have cache mode as 'write-back' which is greyed out until you change the other setting.

Oh ok. So only the drivers (software) gets the WHQL certification? The OROM is the same all throughout?

I don't see any cache mode setting in the Performance tab? I only see LPM.
post #1322 of 3915
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Oh ok. So only the drivers (software) gets the WHQL certification?
Yes, only Windows drivers can get the WHQL certification by Microsoft.
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The OROM is the same all throughout?
There are different OROM versions, but only the creator of these BIOS modules are responsable for their safety and functionality. The BIOS and their modules are OS independant. Why should Microsoft give a WHQL certification for a BIOS or ROM module, which is used for a Linux Debian distribution?
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I don't see any cache mode setting in the Performance tab? I only see LPM.
You will only see these write-back caching settings, if you have a RAID system. AHCI users don't have this option.
This is how the "Performance" tab looks, if the intel SATA Controller has been set to "RAID":
post #1323 of 3915
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Yes, only Windows drivers can get the WHQL certification by Microsoft.
There are different OROM versions, but only the creator of these BIOS modules are responsable for their safety and functionality. The BIOS and their modules are OS independant. Why should Microsoft give a WHQL certification for a BIOS or ROM module, which is used for a Linux Debian distribution?
You will only see these write-back caching settings, if you have a RAID system. AHCI users don't have this option.
This is how the "Performance" tab looks, if the intel SATA Controller has been set to "RAID":

Thanks. So the BIOS with the 12.x.x.xxx OROM you recently modded for me has the latest OROM already?
post #1324 of 3915
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

So the BIOS with the 12.x.x.xxx OROM you recently modded for me has the latest OROM already?
Yes, the latest Intel RAID ROM version is v12.0.0.1783.
post #1325 of 3915
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

WHQL or not, the OROM is out.

The RAID OROM & UEFI version for this release is 12.0.0.1783

In the Performance tab you need to have cache mode as 'write-back' which is greyed out until you change the other setting.

Was getting lots of lag on my raid array. Suspected cache setting was to blame as it would take like 30 seconds to load files from the file explorer.
Setting 'write-back' solved my problem. Not sure reason why. Can someone please explain?

Thanks.
post #1326 of 3915
garikfox
Why do not you do a full update??? RAID OROM ver.12.xxxx + ME Firmware 8.1.30.xxxx + GBE 1.5 + ASMedia and marvell storage controller new firmware.
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Thread Starter 
I only update the RAID OROM's, its the most popular

Most people dont use the other OROM's
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post #1328 of 3915
When will you update with12.0..0.1783, garikfox?
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Flashed my Gene V with the 1604 that contains Intel RAID OROM 11.6.0.1702, installed the latest intel chipset drivers and the Intel RST 11.7.0.1013.

It seems that the " Write-back cache option" is disabled and there isn't any option to Enabled via the Intel RST panel. Any ideas?

(2xVertex3 120Gb in RAID0 and a Samsung 830 256Gb which has the OS for the time being, Win7 Ultimate 64b)

Thanks in advance.

EDIT: i forgot...also, can i install the latest IRST drivers (v12.xx.x.xxxx)? Would the trim support with the 11.x OROM continue to be in force?
Edited by fommof - 3/7/13 at 3:25am
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Originally Posted by fommof View Post

Flashed my Gene V with the 1604 that contains Intel RAID OROM 11.6.0.1702, installed the latest intel chipset drivers and the Intel RST 11.7.0.1013.
It seems that the " Write-back cache option" is disabled and there isn't any option to Enabled via the Intel RST panel. Any ideas?
You will only get this option, if you are running the Intel SATA Conroller in RAID mode.
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can i install the latest IRST drivers (v12.xx.x.xxxx)?
Yes.
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Would the trim support with the 11.x OROM continue to be in force?
Yes, since you have a Z77 system, but the best solution will be to udate the Inel RAID ROM to v12.0.0.1783.
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