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Fraizer: I tried to put your logo in but its not going to look very good, So I'd just stay with the original Logo if I were you.
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Just so I'm clear... I have a Corsair 240GB Force GT SSD on a P8P67 Pro and I want to add another and RAID 0 the drives. I was told if I did this I wouldnt get TRIM support. Will this allow me to use TRIM? If I gotta buy a new motherboard AND SSD... I might as well spring for the 480GB. Thoughts??? Thanks in advance.
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Just realised why no one has requested a bios for the Asus V Extreme, no USB flashback so security check failed

Ah well, thanks anyway smile.gif

Edit: Turns out the rog connect button also doubles as the flash back button

RST updated to 11.6, thanks!
Edited by raab - 10/26/12 at 12:58am
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Just so I'm clear... I have a Corsair 240GB Force GT SSD on a P8P67 Pro and I want to add another and RAID 0 the drives. I was told if I did this I wouldnt get TRIM support. Will this allow me to use TRIM? If I gotta buy a new motherboard AND SSD... I might as well spring for the 480GB. Thoughts??? Thanks in advance.

At the moment there is no TRIM with RAID on P67 chipset motherboards. There are rumours that TRIM with RAID will be supported on this chipset also with 11.6.1.xxxx drivers but we still have to wait a couple of days to know for sure. If you want to have TRIM with RAID today, you need to upgrade to Z77 where it is already supported with 11.5.x.xxx drivers and above.
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Boo. That is just a crock. New Z77 Mobo will run $200 while the drive will run $200. Guess its time for a new SSD. At least I can sling this 240GB.
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It is best or recommended to use RAID mode even if you are using only 1 SSD to get all the features and fixes the latest IRST driver brings. In fact, Intel recommends it.

Nah, I have considered this before but RAID mode for a single drive just increases boot time with no really advantage. AHCI is best for a single SSD as long as you have the drivers installed from the RST package as mentioned by Sean Webster in his guides and also by garikfox here.
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Just keep your current ME firmware, Theres no need to update it.

I really don't know how to explain it but as I've said earlier, people at Hardforum are good at explaining why it is best to keep the ME firmware updated. It is not just for "remote access" and stuff like that. It even affects the overclocking ability of the board, may it be a good effect or a bad effect.
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At the moment there is no TRIM with RAID on P67 chipset motherboards. There are rumours that TRIM with RAID will be supported on this chipset also with 11.6.1.xxxx drivers but we still have to wait a couple of days to know for sure. If you want to have TRIM with RAID today, you need to upgrade to Z77 where it is already supported with 11.5.x.xxx drivers and above.

I suppose I could wait it out a little longer. I'm not that hard up for the space and I sorta want to see what Black Friday deals come before I start upgrading my hardware. Thanks for the info.
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thank you garikfox ^^

hope we found a software solution for updating logo in Asus moded bios ^^
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