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@kevin

It's year 2013 already. I know that most of systems now has of 8 GB of RAM. Rainmeter uses an average of 38-40 MB. It all depends on the monitoring you used. Mine is fully-loaded biggrin.gif In regards to CPU resources, even a Pentium III system can run rainmeter.

Here's the link of all the rainmeter skins, just choose what you want smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ney2x View Post

@kevin

It's year 2013 already. I know that most of systems now has of 8 GB of RAM. Rainmeter uses an average of 38-40 MB. It all depends on the monitoring you used. Mine is fully-loaded biggrin.gif In regards to CPU resources, even a Pentium III system can run rainmeter.

Here's the link of all the rainmeter skins, just choose what you want smile.gif

Lol, of course. I know that. It's just that I don't want my system running system resources while even at idle. My UPS has a power draw monitoring display, similar to a kill-a-watt meter, which is why I'm into power savings while maximizing performance.
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

When I am home next week, I will try to update the SataDriver module of your linked BIOS.
Thanks! +REP
    
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fail.

Fresh installed win8 x64 in EFI mode from USB stick with 12.0 F6 drivers, all went beautifully (no more warnings in installer with this driver), however I have no TRIM in RAID0! that is with OROM 12.5 and IRST 12.0, then I downgraded IRST to 11.7, same problem, no TRIM. lastly I flashed back the original stock BIOS with OROM 11.0, same problem no TRIM in EFI mode? or rather trimcheck.exe can't detect the TRIM working (hard to believe it finds the same data sector properly, shows the same bytes written, so TRIM is not working).




I am about to restore clean image of freshly installed MBR based win8 on new raid0 volume (from 3 days ago when I was playing with HDD RAID0 to troubleshoot a bad sata cable) and see if at least this way trimcheck reports the TRIM working... kinda stumped on that one.

can anybody confirm the trimcheck reports the TRIM actually working in EFI mode? I wasted too much time on that already, giving up on EFI, worked great in AHCI, but in RAID(0) it's just a PITA.
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Works in EFI mode (satadriver) yeap.
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actually I just double checked things in MBR win8 install (non-EFI) and of course TRIM doesn't work!

is that normal for ALL SandForce based SSD in RAID0 no matter what?

EDIT:
CORRECTION: trimcheck.exe utility sucks!

I performed a direct hex access test on raid partition, and in deed the TRIM (or garbage collection) worked and cleaned up unused space after reboot.
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6477/trim-raid0-ssd-arrays-work-with-intel-6series-motherboards-too/2

now running OROM 12.5 and IRST 12.0 on my daily OS (not a fresh install).
Edited by feniks - 4/7/13 at 4:02pm
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I'm trying to flash the 1805 BIOS on my motherboard, a P8Z77-V PRO, using the USB BIOS Flashback trick, but it doesn't work. The ROM file is properly renamed (Z77VP.CAP), I tried several different USB drives, FAT16 and FAT32, it just gaves me a solid green LED and nothing happend. What should I do ?

EDIT : I renamed the BIOS rom file into Z77VP-1805.CAP and it worked. Thank for the mod !
Edited by MrSitype - 4/7/13 at 1:39pm
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If I can get the 11.2 version that would be awesome.
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On any Intel RST versions higher than 11.2 (on 11.5, 11.6, 11.7, 12.5) in case of start of the utility of a configuration the error is constant:



On the Intel RST 12.0 BSOD version in case of computer start:
BSOD 0x0000001E (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000)

I checked with Intel RAID OROM 10.5, 11.2 and 12.5.
http://forums.overclockers.ru/viewtopic.php?p=9880576#p9880576

I ask for help.

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Edited by telemeh - 4/8/13 at 2:31am
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I was able to successfully edit the bios rom for my P67A-GD80 system board with raid orom 12.5.0.1815 on MSI's version 11.2 bios.

Trim did not work using the 12.5.0.1066 rst driver.

Trim worked using the 12.0.0.1083 rst driver.

Tested using Fernando's Hex Edit offset trick.

Using legacy intel raid (ctrl - I) method. Wasn't able to figure out how to install the OS on a raid using the satadriver method. Would be awesome to skip the ctrl-i screen... shave them boot seconds haha.



Thank you for the information posted here, it's great savings.
Edited by tahoward - 4/8/13 at 10:35am
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