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Garikfox


I know you don’t have enough to do, would it be possible to update the latest orom in the new bios for the ASUS Maximus VI Formula, Bios 1102 that just can out.

Thank you in advance, if possible.....smile.gif

1102 vanilla already has latest raid orom inside.
post #2512 of 3922
Hi there ppl,

What are the most up to date drivers from Intel?

I believe I am running 12.8.6.1000, however i have read that there is a new version, 13.x.x.x.

Which do you believe i should be using for my asus maximus v formula running at raid 0 +trim.

Thanks a lot.
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jeroompje: Ok great so he doesnt need it done then wink.gif

safado2: I haven't seen any 13.x version anywhere yet, and yes 12.8.6.1000 is the latest ones wink.gif
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Hi there ppl,

What are the most up to date drivers from Intel?

I believe I am running 12.8.6.1000, however i have read that there is a new version, 13.x.x.x.

Which do you believe i should be using for my asus maximus v formula running at raid 0 +trim.

Thanks a lot.

Is trim working with your m5f raid 0 setup ?
I was trying with sandforce ssd and many orom versions with no luck frown.gif
post #2515 of 3922
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Is trim working with your m5f raid 0 setup ?
I was trying with sandforce ssd and many orom versions with no luck frown.gif

No trim on my M6F with sandforce raid-0 (4x corsair force gt)
Corsair has acknowledged the bug, but no firmware update available yet (i'm running on 5.05)

I switched to raid-0 of 2x Samsung 840 Pro: Trim working perfectly on this Haswell config
Edited by jeroompje - 12/4/13 at 11:39pm
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Hello guys, im new to the scene here and i hope someone can help me.
I own an Asrock Z 77 Extreme 4 (http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Extreme4/?cat=Download&os=BIOS) with Intel RAID ROM v11.2.0.1527 .

i googled which combination of RaidRom+Intel driver would fit best for me, and this Post http://www.win-raid.com/t25f23-Which-are-the-quot-best-quot-Intel-AHCI-RAID-drivers.html is saying i should consider trying to update the Intel RAID ROM to v12.7.0.1936 and then install the Intel RST(e) drivers v12.7.0.1022..

Im using a Single AHCI SSD OCZ Vertex 4 and would love to get some information which combination would fit best and how i can upgrade my bios to that Intel Raid Rom i need as im entirely new to this.

Sorry for my poor english and thanks everyone for help! :-)


Greetings from Germany,

Kevin

god damn i should read the entire post . I found ur ROM for my board and installed it, will tell if it worked for me. thanks in advance!
Edited by silentsoul2010 - 12/11/13 at 3:56pm
post #2517 of 3922
If it was me.. and I only had a single drive, I would probably stay with 11.2. They were a good, fast setup and everything since was downhill except the latest ones now which are almost matching it. Of course people with RAID setups want the newer versions to ensure TRIM etc but you've only got 1 drive.
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If your using a single drive (AHCI) and dont use UEFI boot it doesnt matter if you update or not since you wont be using the UEFI RAID/SATA module that has been updated. This is what I do, I dont use UEFI.
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post #2519 of 3922
Well, i updated and got like 200 points more in AS SSD (1200 on my Vertex 4 128 gb) and the system itself feels way more snappier. thanks alot guys!
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