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Yeah but the original BIOS has to have a EFI SataDriver already in it so that you can replace it with the newer one supplied by Fernando 1, right?

Not for P67/Z68 as far as I am not wrong biggrin.gif
post #1492 of 3922
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wangliangcn: Here you go, 12.0.0.1783 TRIM OROM

P8Z68-V-PRO-GEN3-ASUS-3603.zip 4449k .zip file

Really thank a lot, @garikfox and @Fernando .

My ssd raid 0 works again on my p8z68 mainboard, really thanks for you all.

By the way, I recommond a easy way to test whether your trim is enabled in raid0, if you just installed your OS, then there must be lots of available spaces in your raid, then copy file to your raid drive to make it full, and then delete it all, wait for a while and use HxD to check, if most of sectors turns to 0, that means trim is working on your driver, or it wasn't working.
post #1493 of 3922
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Not for P67/Z68 as far as I am not wrong biggrin.gif

Yeah which is why I'm wondering what he did with his BIOS? smile.gif
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Hey can you my bro make a win8 fast boot for gene z iv
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Anyone knows whats the orom of the original 1707 bios for Asus Maximus Gene V and if the trim actually works in raid0?

Just in case anyone insterested...

The official 1707 (Asus Gene V) comes with the 11.0.0.1339 OROM. Tested it using the official RST 11.7.0.1013 drivers.

Raid 0 trim works like a charm and the numbers are about the same and a liiiitle better than the 12.x set, so i am sticking with the official set... wink.gif
post #1496 of 3922
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Yeah but the original BIOS has to have a EFI SataDriver already in it so that you can replace it with the newer one supplied by Fernando 1, right?

As I said before, I used MMTool to add the SataDriver to the same Volume as CSMCORE (01). MMTool has "Insert" functionality.

When you choose RAID mode in BIOS, reboot and enter BIOS again...if you use the Right arrow to scroll through the menus, the RST EFI menu shows up, so SataDriver is active to some extent.

My stock BIOS does not have SataDriver.
Edited by DigitalDJ - 3/31/13 at 7:23am
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As I said before, I used MMTool to add the SataDriver to the same Volume as CSMCORE (01). MMTool has "Insert" functionality.

When you choose RAID mode in BIOS, reboot and enter BIOS again...if you use the Right arrow to scroll through the menus, the RST EFI menu shows up, so SataDriver is active to some extent.

My stock BIOS does not have SataDriver.

Ah ok. And that doesn't produce any anomalies?
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@ all:

The users error-id10t, snout, ney2x, getyasome and btester found out the reason, why the combination of the modded Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 with the Intel RST(e) drivers v12.5.0.1066 didn't give you the TRIM in RAID0 feature.
It was not the ROM, but the driver!

After having built a fesh RAID0 array using the Intel EFI RAID SataDriver v12.5.0.1815 and done a fresh install of Win8 x64 onto my Z77 system, I can confirm their findings:
The newest Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 definitively does support TRIM in RAID0, but the RST(e) RAID drivers v12.5.0.1066 WHQL do not support this feature at all!
Just a simple downgade of the Intel RAID driver to v12.0.0.1082 brings the TRIM in RAID0 feature back.
So these test results explain, why the P67 and Z68 users, who had flashed my "Especially modified Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 with TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 systems" and installed the v12.5 drivers, didn't get TRIM in RAID0 working.

As a consequence I will reactivate the download links to the especially modified Intel RAID ROM modules v12.5.0.1815, since they obviously do support TRIM in RAID0, but the users have to use the Intel RAID drivers v12.0.0.1082.
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To save other users from finding the right driver, here's the direct link from intel ---> Intel Rapid Storage Technology v12.0.0.1083
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post #1500 of 3922
12.5.0.1066 OROM and IRST 12.5.0.1066 drivers = no trim in raid0, result pics at Post #1482
12.5.0.1066 OROM and IRST 12.0.0.1083 drivers = trim works with raid0, result pics at Post #1487

Bonus:

11.0.0.1339 OROM (comes with the official 1707 bios) and official RST 11.7.0.1013 drivers = trim works with raid 0 and benchmark numbers seems the same or a little better than the 12.x set (kept the trim and benchmark test screens if anoyone is interested) so anybody who doesn't want to mess with non official bios/rst/oroms i feel they would be fine if they stick to the stock/official ones.



That's at least for Asus Gene V, Win7 64b and the rest of my setup...YMMV... wink.gif
Edited by fommof - 3/31/13 at 11:20am
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