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There is NO UEFI RAID module in Z68 BIOS's (Some ASRock BETA BIOS's contain it though), So you cant setup RAID arrays inside the BIOS. Im not talking about the CTRL-I at bootup.

Yeah Z87/Z97 are Socket 1150, so youll need a new CPU as well.

Z77's are great youll like it alot better then Z68.
Edited by garikfox - 6/21/15 at 11:22am
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Incorrect! smile.gif
RAID controller works perfectly fine under UEFI.
garikfox and you are talking about different things.
You can install onto your Intel 6-Series Chipset system any modern Windows OS in UEFI mode using the Guimode Partition Table, but due to the lack of an EFI Raid module within the BIOS of your mainboard you cannot use the "Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology" RAID Utility as part of the UEFI BIOS. Since your RAID system has to use the LEGACY mode Intel RAID ROM module, the boot time is prolonged.
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Thanks Garikfox !! Much appreciated !! I havent had a chance to test it yet as i understand a full reinstall of Windows is required afterwards for best results.
If i have any problems with my bios can i just flush the standard ASUS bios back on ? Do you think there would be any issues with that ?
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Thanks Garikfox !! Much appreciated !! I havent had a chance to test it yet as i understand a full reinstall of Windows is required afterwards for best results.
If i have any problems with my bios can i just flush the standard ASUS bios back on ? Do you think there would be any issues with that ?

Yes, Just flash the original BIOS back and it will be fully stock once again.
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I'm just wondering if it's necessary to rebuild my raid array if my OS is not on it? Will I lose my data after flashing? Is it worth it to upgrade my P8P67 Pro (Rev 3.1) with OROM 10.5.1.1070?

All my drives are using the Intel controller. 2 SSDs + 1 HD (non raid) and 2xHD in raid 0.
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Yeah I would, use OROM 12.9.x and redo the array.
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So I could upgrade the BIOS without losing anything, but you would recommend rebuilding it anyway? I don't really want to install Windows again as 10 is around the corner and can do so then.
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hello ^^

its possible to have the lastest orom for asus maximus VII Gene withe last bios 2702 ? smile.gif

http://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_GENE/HelpDesk_Download/

thank you
post #3589 of 3922
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So I could upgrade the BIOS without losing anything, but you would recommend rebuilding it anyway? I don't really want to install Windows again as 10 is around the corner and can do so then.

If your OS isn't on the array then no you don't need to redo Windows. Just redo the array after you've updated to the new OROM.
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hello ^^

its possible to have the lastest orom for asus maximus VII Gene withe last bios 2702 ? smile.gif

http://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_GENE/HelpDesk_Download/

thank you

Added wink.gif
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