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There isnt any documents on it

How were you able to confirm the memory leak?
post #252 of 3298
Look at the running process called: IAStorDataMgrSvc.exe. It's memory use goes up between 4k and 8k every second. The 11.5.2 package didn't update RST (these executables, just the controller drivers).
post #253 of 3298
So, It's been confirmed by Intel no raid0 TRIM on 6 series chipset, surely an ID block in driver/OROM since controller is the same, anyone feeling up to the task changing the ID's to prove it?

1.Revision ID:
Z77: 0x04
Z68: 0x05

2.Subsystem ID:
Z77: 0x84CA1043
Z68: 0x844D1043

I for one will not change a perfectly working P67 SaberTooth just for this, so if anyone can do this, it would be a relief to jank that intel fist up my rear end out and stuff it somewere else..
Edited by Ourasi - 8/15/12 at 5:48pm
post #254 of 3298
How though?

The Revision (AFAIK) means nothing in relation to this, our boards are just different revision while the syb-system ID (last part: 1043) just means ASUS. That leaves us with the "84CA vs 844D".
post #255 of 3298
How to do it, I do not know, but it would be a nice win for the customer if it could be done.. I would imagine some sites would love to report this as well, so the one that do manage to do the changes, would surely get his name splattered all over the net..

I'll keep refreshing the threads that might produce the answer, like this one.. Feels like the X25-M gen. 1 vs. gen. 2 TRIM bull**** all over again, atleast this time someone might be able to give some payback..
post #256 of 3298
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Look at the running process called: IAStorDataMgrSvc.exe. It's memory use goes up between 4k and 8k every second. The 11.5.2 package didn't update RST (these executables, just the controller drivers).

Weird, I have mine consuming 95K of RAM?
post #257 of 3298
A must read, "Enabling TRIM Support n SSD RAID..." (6-series chipset or Z68, we have a chance!!! It's only a software limitation!)

http://www.informatik.uni-rostock.de/fileadmin/ava/pubs/fulltext/raid-trim-tr.pdf
Edited by ney2x - 8/17/12 at 1:02am
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The fact is, that the "saving validation costs" line from Intel quotet by Anandtech limiting Raid0 TRIM to 7-series chipset, is a bloody lie.. RST TRIM Raid0 was developed, testet and validated on the 6 series chipset way before the 7-series Z77 had a working silicon... Intel slipped a release note late last year, that the Raid0 TRIM would come on 11.5 version, and they could only say this if they already had alphas working - on the 6 series chipset...

The millions of 6 series owners, with sandybridge CPU's, had little to none reasons to go for the Z77, wich still only could deliver 2 native SATA3 ports and had no exclusivity on IB, 6 series takes IB perfectly. So, how does Intel boost sales, block TRIM raid0 on all other chipsets and not get a single bad pressreview about it, wow, talk about having the cake and eating the bakery...

What if ATI/nVidia tried this on a new feature the previous gen hardware supportet with the same excuse, would the press sit on their hands as well? Not a chance, they would get a beating like there where no tomorrow..

I personally got screwed by Intel when they decided to leave X25 Gen. 1 owners without TRIM, to boost sales of the X25 gen. 2, and I'm kinda out of patience with Intel after this, now where is piledriver?
post #259 of 3298
What exactly does IAStorDataMgrSvc.exe do? Am I the only one who extracts and manually install just the driver via HW manager?
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post #260 of 3298
It's an Event Viewer for your disks/SSD's, warns you if it notices errors and can give warnings in the OROM etc.. Pretty useless, it's been known to report errors where there is none, I always set it on manual in services whenever I use RST for raid.

I also install manually, and only "floppy", but only with AHCI/single, I want WriteBackCache with raid0..
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