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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

How about just using the latest 13.1.0.2030 OROM with the P8Z68-V/GEN3 BIOS (not TRIM-modded), is that fine? Or you still don't recommend it?
As long as there are no WHQL certified Intel RST(e) drivers v13 available, I do not really recommend to flash this Intel RAID OROM version into a mainboard BIOS, especially not for users with an Intel 5-Series or 6-Series Chipset RAID0 system.
Waiting for a final driver release may be a good option anyway, because it is still possible, that I will be able to offer a TRIM modded Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 very soon (provided I get positive test results).
post #2632 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

As long as there are no WHQL certified Intel RST(e) drivers v13 available, I do not really recommend to flash this Intel RAID OROM version into a mainboard BIOS, especially not for users with an Intel 5-Series or 6-Series Chipset RAID0 system.
Waiting for a final driver release may be a good option anyway, because it is still possible, that I will be able to offer a TRIM modded Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 very soon (provided I get positive test results).



I would test on my P8P67 Deluxe but I just lack a second 128 GB SSD frown.gif
post #2633 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

As long as there are no WHQL certified Intel RST(e) drivers v13 available, I do not really recommend to flash this Intel RAID OROM version into a mainboard BIOS, especially not for users with an Intel 5-Series or 6-Series Chipset RAID0 system.
Waiting for a final driver release may be a good option anyway, because it is still possible, that I will be able to offer a TRIM modded Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 very soon (provided I get positive test results).

This applies to users with a single (non-RAID) SSD in their system as well?
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This applies to users with a single (non-RAID) SSD in their system as well?
I am not sure, if AHCI users will benefit from any updated Intel RAID ROM.
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I am not sure, if AHCI users will benefit from any updated Intel RAID ROM.

I remember you telling me that updated OROMs also update the AHCI driver inside the BIOS, right?
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I remember you telling me that updated OROMs also update the AHCI driver inside the BIOS, right?
That is correct. The fact, that there has never been a Firmware available for the Intel SATA AHCI Controller, and the fact, that the BIOSes of actual Intel chipset systems do not contain anymore a separate Intel AHCI ROM (last one: v1.20E), let me think, that some hex codes of the Intel RAID ROM module may manage the Intel SATA AHCI Controller as well.
On the other hand I have seen (notebook) BIOSes without any Intel AHCI or RAID ROM, but with an actual and properly working on-board Intel AHCI Controller. This discovery and the experience, that the presence of different Intel RAID ROM versions within the BIOS doesn't have a remarkable impact on the performance of the AHCI system, made me unsure regarding this point.
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That is correct. The fact, that there has never been a Firmware available for the Intel SATA AHCI Controller, and the fact, that the BIOSes of actual Intel chipset systems do not contain anymore a separate Intel AHCI ROM (last one: v1.20E), let me think, that some hex codes of the Intel RAID ROM module may manage the Intel SATA AHCI Controller as well.
On the other hand I have seen (notebook) BIOSes without any Intel AHCI or RAID ROM, but with an actual and properly working on-board Intel AHCI Controller. This discovery and the experience, that the presence of different Intel RAID ROM versions within the BIOS doesn't have a remarkable impact on the performance of the AHCI system, made me unsure regarding this point.

Alright then, thanks. I'll hold off upgrading to this new 13.x.x.xxxx RAID OROM first until you confirm that it is recommend to do so for Intel 6 series chipsets like the one I have for my board. Please do let me know when you gather more pertinent information about this.
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ATTN: Anyone who downloaded and flashed a ASUS Z77 BIOS or MSI Z77 BIOS before 9:00p.m MST Dec. 27th will need to re-download and flash there BIOS's again. (note: 13.1.0.2030 BIOS's)

Reason: the previous BIOS contained the wrong GUID for the "SataDriver" module.

So do the BIOS/UEFI for the Z77 boards now contain the EFI SATA (SataDriver.ffs) 11.6.0.1702?
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No they contain the 13.1.0.2030 SataDriver module wink.gif
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post #2640 of 3922
Installed the latest orom bios on my P8P67 Deluxe with latest beta drivers.


Everything looks good so far. I am running 3 Hard Disks in Raid 0, btw smile.gif

Thanks Garik
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