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post #2721 of 3922
garikfox, just wandered across this is in my quest for RAID TRIM travels. Looks awesome! My board is already supported and everything. I got two quick questions for you, if you wouldn't mind:

1) I pulled OROM 13.1.0.2030 off your SkyDrive for my board, and you recommend I use Intel RST driver/software 13.0.0.1072 at the link provided. Is that the beta version, released 25/12/2013?

2) Most importantly, I've got a couple RAIDs set up on my motherboard right now. The SSD RAID is whatever, and I can and will plan on reformatting after the flash. Will it affect my other RAID's, though? Those are large and important to me.


Thanks!
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1. You can use 12.9.0.1001, I dont touch betas either.

2. You should be ok wink.gif
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

1. You can use 12.9.0.1001, I dont touch betas either.

2. You should be ok wink.gif

Thanks for the quick reply.

1. Could I use 13.1.0.2030? Or do you recommend just staying with 12.9.0.1001?

2. Don't you winky face at me! I need assurance here! Not to have you play with my feelings like they're tiddlywinks. If my RAID's went kaput, I don't know what I'd do.
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Winky face, LOL biggrin.gif

1. You can use 13.x im sure its fine but if it were me I dont touch Betas esp. with storage controllers.

2. It's not going to mess up the raid array unless you delete the raid array, I cant see how a new RAID orom can mess it up its just reading from the array data. Possibly backup your files first if you are that worried about it.
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Winky face, LOL biggrin.gif

1. You can use 13.x im sure its fine but if it were me I dont touch Betas esp. with storage controllers.

2. It's not going to mess up the raid array unless you delete the raid array, I cant see how a new RAID orom can mess it up its just reading from the array data. Possibly backup your files first if you are that worried about it.

Unfortunately I can't back everything up. I'm walking a very tight line right now with all my stuff in RAID0. I don't have the cash for redundancy, or the SATA ports. Perhaps I'll put this one on the backburner until I can get a server up and running...
post #2726 of 3922
Thanks for the updated bios...will be installing another sata2 ssd raid...might as well update my older modded bios.while I'm at i\t.
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

What do you mean with "newest OROM for Z68-chipset BIOSes"? For me it is v12.7.0.1936 and this version has been successfully tested by me.
Since there are no final v13 RAID drivers available until now, I do not really recommend to use the Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030. Nevertheless I am pretty sure, that the "Universally modified" v13.1.0.2030, which I am offering, will support TRIM in RAID0 for Z68 chipsets (as for all other chipsets from 4-Series up).

Oh ok. I thought the v13's weren't compatible with the Z68. So all v13 RAID OROMs are still in beta? How about the 12.9.0.2006, is it already final and why don't you recommend that?
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So all v13 RAID OROMs are still in beta?
1. How many different v13 RAID OROMs have you seen? I only know about 1 version (v13.1.0.2030).
2. I don't know, if the Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 is a Beta version, but the currently available Intel RST(e) drivers v13 definitively are Beta ones.
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How about the 12.9.0.2006, is it already final and why don't you recommend that?
Do you have a link to this OROM version or to a BIOS, which contains it? I haven't seen it yet.
It would be funny to recommend an Intel RAID ROM version, which is not available at all.
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1. How many different v13 RAID OROMs have you seen? I only know about 1 version (v13.1.0.2030).
2. I don't know, if the Intel RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 is a Beta version, but the currently available Intel RST(e) drivers v13 definitively are Beta ones.
Do you have a link to this OROM version or to a BIOS, which contains it? I haven't seen it yet.
It would be funny to recommend an Intel RAID ROM version, which is not available at all.

Sorry, I'm not too familiar with the v13 RAID OROMs and yes I guess there is only one v13 version.

Not really, I just got that information from garikfox through email. He told me that that version should be released soon.

@garikfox

Any comment on the 12.9.0.2006 version?

Thanks.
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I havent seen a 12.9.0.2006 out yet, it shouldve been out months ago. well have to wait and see.
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