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post #2491 of 3922
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You would select RSTe, its the same layout as ASRock but with the updated RSTe OROM.

RST - for Performance (12.7.x.)

RSTe - for Stability (3.8.x)

If I was you I'd use RSTe biggrin.gif

I love Enterprise class stuff smile.gif

Are you positive that the ASRock BIOS doesnt come with 3.8.0.1029 already ? If it does just Re-Flash the original ASRock 2.50 BIOS
Edited by garikfox - 11/10/13 at 12:20pm
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post #2492 of 3922
No, the original ASRock 2.50 BIOS comes with OROM v3.5.0.1005. I just reflashed with your modded bios containing OROM v3.8.0.1029 and redoing the setup.

It just occurred to me that the issue I had earlier with the v12.8.6.1000 drivers might be that the reason those were not being recognized in step 4 of your process was because I had RSTe enabled and not RST. Would have setting as RST worked?
post #2493 of 3922
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Yes, what I did before was I replaced the RSTe OROM with 12.7.x OROM so choosing RSTe in BIOS chose the 12.7.x OROM.

What I could do and if you want is I can update both of them and you can choose RST in BIOS for 12.7.x OROM and if you set RSTe in BIOS you can use the 3.8.x OROM, This is how the board was intended to work. The problem is with this is im not sure if TRIM will work with RST set in BIOS and the newer OROM. On Z77 boards TRIM works but im not sure about X79 boards.

Currently if you choose RST in BIOS youll probably have a older OROM.
Edited by garikfox - 11/10/13 at 2:15pm
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post #2494 of 3922
Interesting. I'm running setup right now with 3.8.x OROM and BIOS set to RSTe. I will certainly try the 12.7.x OROM with RST in BIOS if you're able to create the bios.

I've been at this thing the whole weekend anyway biggrin.gif
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Ok I added another BIOS for you this one has both OROMS updated to there latest versions. wink.gif
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post #2496 of 3922
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Originally Posted by c0re2 View Post

I used the original Intel v12.8.0.1016 drivers at the Intel download site.
and also the ones you have on winraid.com >64bit Intel RST(e) AHCI/RAID Drivers v12.8.6.1000 WHQL.
The original Intel RST drivers v12.8.x.xxxx do not support X79 RAID systems.
It would have been better, if you had chosen the modded Intel RST drivers v12.8.6.1000, which I am offering here: http://www.win-raid.com/t11f23-Modded-Intel-AHCI-and-RAID-Drivers.html
post #2497 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

The original Intel RST drivers v12.8.x.xxxx do not support X79 RAID systems.
It would have been better, if you had chosen the modded Intel RST drivers v12.8.6.1000, which I am offering here: http://www.win-raid.com/t11f23-Modded-Intel-AHCI-and-RAID-Drivers.html

Hi Fernando

Thanks. I did try your driver at the link you posted:64bit Intel RSTe AHCI & RAID drivers v12.8.6.1000 mod by Fernando< (>MIRROR<) but ran into the same issue I posted above in 2489 that I had with the original Intel RST driver. This is with the 12.7.0.1936 OROM with RSTe selected in the BIOS, and your modded 12.8.x driver.

Based on your alternate suggestion in post 2488 I am now trying OROM v3.8.0.1029, RSTe enabled in BIOS, with your version of the v3.8.1.1006 drivers. I am doing the setup now, will verify if TRIM works shortly.

EDIT: Completed the driver setup. I just downloaded the Intel Toolbox. I got a message that I can't run it on driver version earlier than Intel RST 11.0. However funning the fsutil behavior query gives me a return code of 0 indicating TRIM is enabled.

So can I read that as success?
Edited by c0re2 - 11/10/13 at 3:20pm
post #2498 of 3922
Update:

I am reading the release notes for the 3.8.1.1006 driver you have linked to from your web site and it mentions TRIM is supported since v3.7.0.1093

Version 3.8.0.1111
1. Adds support for Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1

Version 3.7.0.1093
1. Adds support for configuring RAID when EFI Optimixed Boot is Enabled with UEFI 2.3.1/HII-capable system BIOS (See BIOS release notes)
2. Adds TRIM support when SSDs are configured as RAID 0/1/10
3. Adds the capability to view expander and update expander fw in Windows 8 and Server 2012.
4. 3.7 drops support for Windows Vista

It appears that TRIM is enabled in the controller then....
post #2499 of 3922
@garikfox

Wait, so there's two kind of OROMs now? I thought the RSTe is the 12.x.x.xxxx version that is usually patched into the BIOS?
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You don't care about that, you care about the 12.x versions due to your board.
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