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I added that one last week wink.gif
Ahh I see, you have the same bord biggrin.gif

I see its called 10.10B5 after downloading it.
Perhaps you can add (AA5) at the end of the name, so other people know it too wink.gif
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Yeah there the new Official Intel drivers wink.gif

When were they released?
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When were they released?

yesterday (08/09/2013 in US date format)
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Oh ok. In Fernando's post here: http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-R-RST-RSTe-Drivers-actual-RST-e-v-WHQL.html , what is the difference between the 32/64 bit AHCI/RAID Drivers and the one with the "Software set"?
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Oh ok. In Fernando's post here: http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-R-RST-RSTe-Drivers-actual-RST-e-v-WHQL.html , what is the difference between the 32/64 bit AHCI/RAID Drivers and the one with the "Software set"?
1. The 32/64bit "Driver" packages are for users, who need a suitable F6 driver for the OS installation or want to install the driver manually from within the Device Manager. This makes sence especially for AHCI users, because they avoid a performance decrease caused by the RST Services running in the background.
2. I don't offer an Intel RST(e) "Software" set, but a "Drivers & Software Set", which contains both of them and the needed installer. By running the EXE file you will get not only the driver, but additionally the RST Software installed.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 8/11/13 at 5:23am
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1. The 32/64bit "Driver" packages are for users, who need a suitable F6 driver for the OS installation or want to install the driver manually from within the Device Manager. This makes sence especially for AHCI users, because they avoid a performance decrease caused by the RST Services running in the background.
2. I don't offer an Intel RST(e) "Software" set, but a "Drivers & Software Set", which contains both of them and the needed installer. By running the EXE file you will get not only the driver, but additionally the RST Software installed.

Understood.

So if you only use AHCI it'd best to uninstall the RST software I have in my computer right now and install just the driver using Device Manager?

Why would installing the RST software for AHCI have a performance degradation?
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So if you only use AHCI it'd best to uninstall the RST software I have in my computer right now and install just the driver using Device Manager?
Yes, but don't forget to uninstall the previously running RST Software before you update the driver.
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Why would installing the RST software for AHCI have a performance degradation?
Because the RST Services are running by default in the background and are using some resources. You can verify it by running the MSCONFIG command.
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I never use the RST software for a AHCI system, I just use the pre-install x64 drivers.
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I never use the RST software for a AHCI system, I just use the pre-install x64 drivers.
That is what I am doing with my RAID0 system as well.
Only exception: After having done a secure erase of my SSDs and a fresh OS install, I run the installer of the complete RST package once, just to enable the Write Back Caching from within the RST Console. As soon as it's done, I uninstall the RST software completely. At least I am using the RST software for just 1 minute after a fresh OS installation.
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