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Hopeing for a BIOS for my P8Z68-V LX :-)

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z68V_LX/#support_Download
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I noticed there is a bios file for my p8z68-v-lx under 12.6.0.1867, but is there any advantage to 12.7.0.1936 or should I be using 12.6.0.1867?

Thanks
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Hopeing for a BIOS for my P8Z68-V LX :-)

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z68V_LX/#support_Download

Yes you can use the new one wink.gif

Read the bottom of my first post wink.gif
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yup, I feel you man, I had to go through similar loops before to get trimcheck.exe report anything useful ... or wait a long time and then restart the system to see it reported as "working" by trimcheck.exe

as you said, there is something about trimcheck.exe making it useless sometimes, e.g. now I finally saw the test data zeroed out as per trimcheck and yet it said the result is inconclusive ... errr, what? LOL, trimcheck fails too often to be a reliable test, meaning when it says TRIM is working then it does, but when it says "NOT working" then it may mean simply that the trimcheck is wrong smile.gif

HexEditor method takes more time and effort, but it always works without doubt.

It could be that, your mobo or SSD, does a TRIM cycle when rebooting. And that's why it's triggered afterwards.
The trimcheck.exe tool says it's not working when you just rerun it, and test the file.
I have to force a trim cycle also.
But if you force a TRIM cycle by using the windows defragger, it shows all the zero's, and says it's working.

I'm not sure if this is normal behavior, although if your drive would TRIM immediatly after a file access, write, etc. I think this would cause performance issues, as the hard drive would be trimming and doing something else.

Tested on a Asus P67 Sabertooth
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What does that mean?
Which sort of "TRIM in RAID0 is working" confirmation do you expect from P67 users?

LOL guys, tbh i simply do it the intuitive way, start Optimize, keep an eye on your processor LED, see if it keeps 'burning' solid for about a minute and a half (LED keeps going for some 30 secs even after Optimize says its done) ... and im GOOD

LED gives a few short bursts after Optimize start ... NO GOOD
    
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... not to forget, BIG THANKS to Binary Boss Fernando, too, for his continued effords to make it all work on our ancient P67 boards thumbsupsmiley.png
    
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trim confirmed working on my p8z68-v lx with 2x samsung 830 512gb RAID 0 (got both drives new for $600)

now working on some benchmarks to compare 128k, 64k, 32k stripe size. anyone have some input on this?
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32k stripe for OS array wink.gif
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My initial testing (with older drivers and no trim and older bios)

showed slower file copy performance with 32kb vs 64 kb.

I will post results when I finish testing today or tomorrow.

I should probably add an app load test :-( any suggestions for that?
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