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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

You will only get this option, if you are running the Intel SATA Conroller in RAID mode.

Thanks for the reply. Both the Vertex3s are on Intel sata3 ports, raid option enabled in the bios and of course i have already created the array (Control-I etc, since day one).

I can see the array from Intel's panel anyway...it's just this option i am missing...i'll try to upload screen captures when i get back home...
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Yes, since you have a Z77 system, but the best solution will be to udate the Inel RAID ROM to v12.0.0.1783.

Great, any links for a modded 1604 bios for my Asus Maximus Gene V with the Inel RAID ROM to v12.0.0.1783 ?

Thanks in advance. wink.gif
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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?

(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?

You have to disable the "Write-cache buffer flushing" to make the "Write back" option avalaible, and it's definitely worth doing that wink.gif
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Originally Posted by guido1993 View Post

You have to disable the "Write-cache buffer flushing" to make the "Write back" option avalaible, and it's definitely worth doing that wink.gif

Wouldn't it be safe to have the 'read only' cache method?
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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post

Wouldn't it be safe to have the 'read only' cache method?

That's exactly what the description in there says smile.gif In my case I have a PSU, so I am quite sure that I won't lose any cached data due to electrical issues smile.gif
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Originally Posted by guido1993 View Post

That's exactly what the description in there says smile.gif In my case I have a PSU, so I am quite sure that I won't lose any cached data due to electrical issues smile.gif

Me too but I'm more worried about random freak lockups!
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Originally Posted by guido1993 View Post

You have to disable the "Write-cache buffer flushing" to make the "Write back" option avalaible, and it's definitely worth doing that wink.gif

Thank you Sir!!!

+REP

wink.gif
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Originally Posted by high1 View Post

When will you update with12.0..0.1783, garikfox?

When the official drivers are released wink.gif
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When the official drivers are released wink.gif

Huh? I thought they are already WHQL certified and released just the other day?
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When Intel releases the new driver I meant wink.gif
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When Intel releases the new driver I meant wink.gif

What do you mean? Intel already released the 12.0.0.1083 drivers right? So that driver isn't the partner of 12.0.0.1783 OROM?
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