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Got this weird problem where the RST keeps telling me that OROM I'm running is 11.5.0.1530. I know I've got the latest and during boot it shows as the latest available so anyone else seeing this in RST (help / system report)?

edit: figured it out. In the BIOS I had CSM for storage set to UEFI only. In that mode it only used 11.5.0.1530 ROM. I changed it to legacy and now it's showing 11.6.0.1702.
Edited by error-id10t - 10/15/12 at 9:43pm
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Garik, I flashed my MoBo with the BIOS you provided on page 1, however it only showed up as OROM 11.0

I've modded it myself to see what was going on, and it now shows 11.6.0.1702

Perhaps you've selected the wrong OROM when modding it?

I can e-mail you mine if you like.
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Originally Posted by ney2x View Post

Here's your BIOS (updated to RAID OROM 11.6.0.1702) ---> P8Z68-V-GEN3-ASUS-3402_RAID_OROM_11.6.0.1702

Thanks, I was testing my z68 mobo with 11.6.0.1030 RST and 11.6.0.1702 OROM with the Winhex method. I have two Samsung 830 in RAID-0.

Bad news guys, TRIM IS NOT WORKING. frown.gif
Edited by chriss745 - 10/16/12 at 3:04am
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I repeated the test a few times to close out any mistake. No, it is still not working. With the same method I could see TRIM on my wife's notebook without RAID on one Samsung 830, here I cannot see anything. After deleting the file, the data is still there on the disk. frown.gif
Edited by chriss745 - 10/16/12 at 12:53am
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I'm wondering where did the info about intel adding trim support for older chipsets come from? It is spread widely over the Internet but intel didn't promise such a thing. They mentioned X79 but even that one in not so convincing way if you ask me.
This is a political decision and there were precedences in the past. Passive waiting won't change this.
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Hope.. people like some hope, seeing as they did mention X79 there's hope the whole 6 series chipset will get support.
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Hope.. people like some hope, seeing as they did mention X79 there's hope the whole 6 series chipset will get support.

Doesn't Z68 have exactly the same south chip as X79? Actually, is it working with X79?
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Doesn't Z68 have exactly the same south chip as X79? Actually, is it working with X79?

X79 and Z68 are the same 6-series chipset.

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Originally Posted by piquadrat View Post

I'm wondering where did the info about intel adding trim support for older chipsets come from? It is spread widely over the Internet but intel didn't promise such a thing. They mentioned X79 but even that one in not so convincing way if you ask me.
This is a political decision and there were precedences in the past. Passive waiting won't change this.

Here's the proof. Trusted and Intel's partner. ---> http://vr-zone.com/articles/intel-rapid-storage-technology-roadmap-windows-8-ssd-raid-trim-and-many-more/14638.html

And also as I had said earlier on this thread. 11.6.1.xxxx will be the RAID Option ROM that will support TRIM on RAID on older chipsets. Info / Source : Secret tongue.gif
Edited by ney2x - 10/16/12 at 3:29am
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X79 and Z68 are the same 6-series chipset.
Here's the proof. Trusted and Intel's partner. ---> http://vr-zone.com/articles/intel-rapid-storage-technology-roadmap-windows-8-ssd-raid-trim-and-many-more/14638.html
And also as I had said earlier on this thread. 11.6.1.xxxx will be the RAID Option ROM that will support TRIM on RAID on older chipsets. Info / Source : Secret tongue.gif

Thanks for the info. So we can start to wait again for 11.6.1.xxxx. I hate waiting and hoping. frown.gif Doesn't your secret source know by accident the release schedule for 11.6.1?
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Maybe before or after Windows 8 general availability which is on October 26, 2012 thumb.gif
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