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post #1471 of 3917
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

I can see my 2 ssd's when i boot up (CTRL+I) However, I still cant make TRIM to work
There is no relationship between the presentation of the SSDs within the BIOS or RAID Utility and the TRIM support.
Maybe the firmware of your SSDs do not support TRIM. Which ones are you using (sorry, if you did already mention it, but I don't have the time to reread all your posts)?
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I have enable Write back and checked the Turn off Windows write cache buffer flushing
Both things have nothing to do with the TRIM support.
post #1472 of 3917
Ok got it, first "Turn off Windows write cache buffer flushing" then the Write-Back-Caching can be selected. Taking some measurements right now... wink.gif
post #1473 of 3917
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

There is no relationship between the presentation of the SSDs within the BIOS or RAID Utility and the TRIM support.
Maybe the firmware of your SSDs do not support TRIM. Which ones are you using (sorry, if you did already mention it, but I don't have the time to reread all your posts)?
Both things have nothing to do with the TRIM support.

LOL

I'm using perhaps the best of SSD'S Around.

Samsung 840 pro series 256gb each, running on their latest FW.
post #1474 of 3917
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

LOL

I'm using perhaps the best of SSD'S Around.

Samsung 840 pro series 256gb each, running on their latest FW.

Seems complicated, delete RAID volume, create again, re-install OS, test again. biggrin.gif
post #1475 of 3917
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

Samsung 840 pro series 256gb each, running on their latest FW.
Ok, the SSDs will not be the problem.
Has your OS detected the SSDs as Solid State Drives (run the Win8 Optimizer or the Win7 Defrag tool to check it)? Did you already run the Windows Experience Index tool?
post #1476 of 3917
Ok Fernando, 4K write speeds are back... wink.gif



I don't know how reliable is the triger trim commad of the Anvil but i am also getting the following message:

RAID0


Stand alone ssd


Which is crazy since the raid0 is actually two ocz vertex3 with the latest firmware and the stand alone ssd is a Samsung 830, again with the latest firmware...

Strange...

Naaaah, i am getting the same message when using Anvile with my P8Z77M (latest stock bios) and my agility 3 (latest firmware)...
Edited by fommof - 3/30/13 at 11:35am
post #1477 of 3917
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Ok, the SSDs will not be the problem.
Has your OS detected the SSDs as Solid State Drives (run the Win8 Optimizer or the Win7 Defrag tool to check it)? Did you already run the Windows Experience Index tool?

Yes, I did run the windows experience Index tool, Got 7.9!

I have Tried to run a Defrag Schedule and I cant find my Raid drive or any SSD for that matter, I only see my mechanical drives.
post #1478 of 3917
Thread Starter 
To all that are wondering the first post all BIOS's contain the Un-Modded 12.5.0.1815 OROM
Edited by garikfox - 3/30/13 at 3:01pm
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wangliangcn: Here you go, 12.0.0.1783 TRIM OROM

P8Z68-V-PRO-GEN3-ASUS-3603.zip 4449k .zip file
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post #1480 of 3917
Is there any more insight on Z68 booting with EFI?

I have an ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe with a BIOS I modded myself (v3603). I replaced the modded RST 12.0 OPROM and inserted the RST 12.0 SataDriver EFI module.

When I enter the BIOS, if I keep pressing the Right Arrow in Advanced Mode, eventually I get to the Intel RST RAID EFI menu, so it seems SataDriver is active to some extent?

I have my BIOS set to prefer EFI over Legacy ROM but I still end up seeing the RST OPROM during POST.

When I boot to Windows 8 using EFI, trimchecker-0.4 fails, even after a reboot.

Does the RAID array need to be recreated from scratch after updating the OPROM/EFI module?
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