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Anyone try the Intel RST Version 12.0.0.1013 beta drivers? The funny thing is the date of these drivers is 12/03/2012 which is older than the 11.6's.
beta driver review

I am currently running them. I have no performance comparation avalaible, still they have no apparent issues or such.

I was forced to put them cause all the older drivers, 10.x and 11.x were having a strange behaviour.
post #802 of 3916
Today Asus released a new bios 3602 for the P8P67 PRO (REV. 3.0) so now probably every Asus P67 board has been updated to the latest version. Can you mod these bioses?
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For some reason I am not able to use Flashback anymore. I am using the Asus Sabertooth Z77. I tried using flashback to update to the modded bios, and it just gives me 5 seconds of flashing light followed by a steady light, which I believe indicates that the file is not being read properly. Any ideas of what could be causing this? I was able to successfully flash to modded bios before.

I've tried reformatting (FAT and FAT32), different USB sticks. I was able to flash to the newest official Bios without an issue with EZ Flash.
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For some reason I am not able to use Flashback anymore. I am using the Asus Sabertooth Z77. I tried using flashback to update to the modded bios, and it just gives me 5 seconds of flashing light followed by a steady light, which I believe indicates that the file is not being read properly. Any ideas of what could be causing this? I was able to successfully flash to modded bios before.
I've tried reformatting (FAT and FAT32), different USB sticks. I was able to flash to the newest official Bios without an issue with EZ Flash.

Exactly the same problem here. I think it broke after I flashed to the 1503 BIOS. Both Modded and Unmodded BIOS's do not work with USB Flashback for me now.
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Update: Added ASUS BIOS with TRIM enabled OROM

-- P8P67 BIOS 3602
-- P8P67 PRO BIOS 3602
-- P8P67 EVO BIOS 3602
-- P8P67 DELUXE BIOS 3602
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Hi

I have 2 samsung 830 in raid0 in an asus maximus iv extreme-z
I flashed with thrim bios 3603

Now I have orom 11.6.0.1702 and drivers 11.6.0.1030, but it seems trim doen't work

Do I have to recreate the array in order to work ?
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Yes I would always redo the array and re-install windows with a new OROM wink.gif

--Garik
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Just flashed the 3602 on my P8P67 PRO. It took with no issues. Now just waiting for my Win 8 CD so that I can raid my new 180GB Intel 330's. Woot!

Thanks Garik
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Update: Server coming down to add a new video card.
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Yes, but isn't it backward compatible with Win7?
And what do you mean one is for AHCI and the other one is for RAID? Which files are you referring to? I thought the program for AHCI and RAID are one and the same?

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