Quote:Yes and yes!
Quote:Since garikfox has inserted exactly the same file into the TRIM mod BIOS files he is offering within the start post of this thread, it doesn't matter which OROM file you insert - they are identical Maybe it will be better to take the "original" file from win-lite.de (just to avoid any problem caused by the procedure extracting the file from the already modified BIOS).
Or I need another RAID OROM that has TRIM and this one is the one you recommended me "Especially modified Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v18.104.22.1685 with TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 systems"
Quote:You can use these v12.5 drivers, but you will not get the TRIM in RAID0 support.
and I can use Intel RST 22.214.171.1246 Driver along with this modified orom IRSTe.
Quote:There is no other difference between the original Intel RAID ROM modules and the ones, which have been modified by me to enable TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 systems. That means, that the modded RAIS ROM modules have exactly the same functionality as the original ones, but additionally do support TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 chipset systems.
In this modified IRST-Enterprise that will work TRIM on RAID, because of the modifications will I loose some of the benefits that original IRST 126.96.36.1995 offers or is all the same and only was added TRIM RAID to work?
Quote:This question is not easy to understand. If you want the TRIM in RAID0 feature, you should not install the RSTe drivers v188.8.131.526, because they defintively do not support this feature, whatever OROM version is within the BIOS.
And if I use this IRTSe I also need the lastest IRSTe drivers or I can keep the latest IRST driver I mean 184.108.40.2066 or 220.127.116.113?
My suggestion: Insert the Intel RAID ROM v18.104.22.1685 into the BIOS and install the Intel RST(e) drivers v22.214.171.1243. As soon as new Intel RSTe drivers of the v12.5 series are available, which do support TRIM in RAID0, I recommend to update the drivers to the newer ones.