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I'm with 4 sticks and have my CR set to 1T. :DD
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I'm with 4 sticks and have my CR set to 1T. :DD

some sticks can run 1T up to 2400MHz ... my very old Mushkin 996990 (rated at 2000MHz CL9) could run 4-stick setup on Z77 up to 2133MHz CL9 easily, however I was aiming at 2400MHz ... sold the second pair mostly because I never really needed the extra 8GB of RAM ... and wanted to play around 2400MHz for daily running (was a no go under Prime95 24hrs test anyways).
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New 12.8.4.1000 WHQL RST Drivers smile.gif

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/10-drivers/28-intel-sata

thanks! thumb.gif
post #2415 of 3922
Hello! New to the thread/community,
have been using this OPROM in my asus P8Z77-V LK for a little while, when I realized that my software was dated.
I just installed the newest version, along with the intel RTS driver newest version. When booting my system, I noticed that the RAID OPROM (whatever its called, where you press ctr-I to do raid options) is now at a very OLD version, the latest date says 2004-11, and the version is 11.0.0.1339. Is this because it is a modified software as stated in the first page post? And if so, how do I find the TRUE version I am running? Or did I do something wrong?
Thanks for helping this newb, still learning. tongue.gif little more complicated than Android flashing...
Edited by realmenwearpink - 10/19/13 at 6:19pm
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Does that board have USB Flashback ? If it does then youll need to use it to update with my BIOS

If that board doesnt have USB Flashback then theres nothing you can do but wait for ASUS to update there BIOS with a newer RAID OROM.
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Does that board have USB Flashback ? If it does then youll need to use it to update with my BIOS

If that board doesnt have USB Flashback then theres nothing you can do but wait for ASUS to update there BIOS with a newer RAID OROM.

I'm not sure if it does or not, but I have used your BIOS in the past to upgrade my OPROM when it was dated, and it did work. I just use an Asus installer that comes with AI suite 2, and it works every time I try new BIOS flashes...

After trying some stuff, it seems that maybe the Asus installer I was using does not work? Maybe... But I believe the board has flashback (I checked the actual board, there is a little spot that says bios flbk)
I guess they just left the spot where it would go blank? Because after researching and checking, I gather that BIOS flashback has its own little usb port and button, which mine does not. Just an empty spot, where they could have put it. Thanks Asus. unless I'm missing something... Thanks for the help, and sorry for clouding the thread with newbile things biggrin.gif
Edited by realmenwearpink - 10/19/13 at 8:12pm
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Yeah the only way to flash a MOD BIOS on a ASUS Z77 board is with the USB Flashback option. If you try to use EZ-Flash to flash a MOD BIOS it will throw a verification error and wont let you flash it.
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Yeah the only way to flash a MOD BIOS on a ASUS Z77 board is with the USB Flashback option. If you try to use EZ-Flash to flash a MOD BIOS it will throw a verification error and wont let you flash it.
There is a possibility for ASUS mainboards without the USB Flashback option to flash a modded BIOS, but the procedure is risky and nothing for newbees:
The modded BIOS will be accepted, if it is prepared by the Tool Flash Toolkit (FTK), which has been developed by CodeRush. For further details you may look here: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1726429
post #2420 of 3922
Hi,

Kind of lost track of whats the latest and greatest Intel raid orom these days thanks to all work and no play. I'm on 12.6.0.1867 orom and 12.6.0.1028 rst driver. Should I bother to upgrade to something newer?

Thanks.
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