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Wow... That was fast! Uber Kudos!!! smile.gif

I'll flash my Z68 Extreme4 GEN3 to test TRIM with HxD and then will get back with my findings.


NOTE: Try 7zip to uncompress the Gigabyte BIOS executable. If it's any kind of archive, chances are it will decompress it.


Thanks again! smile.gif



EDIT:

Just for fun, I just tried 20 minutes ago to inject the latest 11.6.0.1702 TRIM enabled OROM exclusive for the Z68 from Fernando HERE in the official Asrock V2.30 BIOS and followed his guide HERE.

The resulting BIOS file has a CRC32 of 5029cdb2. Your BIOS has a CRC32 of 14e7612b bb638797. I noticed in some forum thread on this subject where some modified all LUT code and other modified only chipset specific LUT. For what I understand, Fernando latest TRIM OROM exclusive for the Z68 seems to be a Z68 specific LUT hack. The general consensus seems to be it's better to enable specific LUT than all of them. I was wondering if your use a different OROM than Fernando or if it's just me that screwed the injection process.

I followed the instructions step by step very carefully and it's not complicated at all. Still, I'm wondering why my CRC32 is different than yours.
Edited by Ramon - 12/7/12 at 12:29pm
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Yes the TRIM OROM is Fernandos OROM wink.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

Yes the TRIM OROM is Fernandos OROM wink.gif

UPDATE: I had your CRC32 wrong. it's actually bb638797. I mistakenly scanned the original BIOS.

Sooooo.... it's either one of the following:

1- You are using an older version of Fernando's OROM than the latest one available that I've used just a moment ago. I think he update his stuff quite frequently. The one I use has a CRC32 of f45820c0.

2- I'm using an Asrock original 2.30 ROM different that you. Mine date back from only a couple of days after its initial release. Maybe Asrock modified a minor thing or 2 since then, but kept the version at 2.30. My Asrock 2.30 BIOS has a CRC32 of 14e7612b

3- We are both using the same and right files, but either one of us screwed the injection process. Since you did this a million of time and 1 for me, I'll bet that I'm the one who screwed-up.


Thanks again!
Edited by Ramon - 12/7/12 at 12:36pm
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Its the same TRIM OROM as Fernandos, I just re-downloaded his again and its the same OROM same file date and time.

Not sure whats going on, on your end hehee biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

Its the same TRIM OROM as Fernandos, I just re-downloaded his again and its the same OROM same file date and time.
Not sure whats going on, on your end hehee biggrin.gif

LMAO! A lot is going on, on my end. Maybe too much! It's a VERY good thing then that I didn't use my own hack, I might bricked my mobo.


Get back to you later with the results.
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Are these bioses any beneficial if youre using 1 SSD via AHCI? do they add anything or improve performance, or is it strinctly for RAID?
post #877 of 3917
WOOHOO!! biggrin.gif Success!! thumb.gif RAID0 TRIM WORK ON Z68!! tongue.gif F*ck you Intel!! mad.gif

Asrock Z68 Exreme4 GEN3
BIOS V2.30 modded by Garikfox with Fernando OROM 11.6.0.1702 RAID0 TRIM enabled hack specific to the P67/Z68
2 X Crucial M4 128GB 000F Firmware
RAID0 128K strip array originally created with OROM 10.8.0.1303
Intel RST driver 11.6.0.1030 installed before upgrading to OROM 11.6.0.1702
Win7 64 Ultimate

I flashed, I configured, I conquered. Nothing else to change. 100% confirmed to work with HxD, thanks to Fernando's guide. Ahhhhhhhhh, the pretty zeros all over the place!

NOTE: I don't know If I did something wrong, but after the first reboot, it didn't work. Rebooted a second time, tested again and BOOM! Maybe 2 reboot are necessary. Also, the M4's Marvell controller seem to have a more relaxed triggering time for TRIM. I did the test immediately after deleting the file and emptying the trash can and it didn't work. I then waited a good 45-60 seconds, tested again and BOOM!

Thanks a ∞ times!! to everyone involved. Especially Garifox, Fernando and of course to the one that made all this possible: Dufus.
Edited by Ramon - 12/7/12 at 5:05pm
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Awesome ! lol thumb.giftongue.gif
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Electrochef: It's just for RAID users wink.gif
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tx for the bios garikfox! thumb.gif
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