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Hi, I'm having a hard time verifying if this is working. Here are the steps I took:

1) installed Garikfox's modded P8P67 Pro TRIM BIOS
2) in ACHI mode I booted OCZ's linux tool to update my 2x Agility 3 to the 2.25 firmware
3) secure erased the drives
4) Set the SATA mode in BIOS to RAID
5) created a 2 disk raid with the Intel RAID config on boot
6) Installed a clean copy of Windows 8
7) installed Intel RST 11.7.0.1013

When I go to verify the using the hex editor method it can never find the string that I've copied out of the JPG file. I've followed the instructions exactly. Only once did it find the string but when I went to that sector after deleting the JPG it wasnt filled with 00 or FF, it had different data there entirely.

What am I doing wrong?

EDIT: OK, I got the hex test working. And.... it proved that my TRIM is not working correctly. :-( Not sure what to do now.
Edited by TooYellow - 12/7/12 at 9:17pm
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

Awesome ! lol thumb.giftongue.gif

This is beyond awesome man... Just poped Intel RST 11.7.0.1013 on top of it all for fun. Look at what I've got! I broke the 6K mark in Anvil!

NOTE: TRIM still working with the new driver!



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TooYellow: Hmmm, Thats odd, It should be working
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I got the hex test working. And.... it proved that my TRIM is not working correctly. :-( Not sure what to do now.
It seems possible, that the previous TRIM test file location has been replaced by other data after the reboot of the system.
Please try the following:
  1. Open the test file with a hex editor like HxD and copy a unique text code fragment without any blank space or dot within it.
  2. After having copied the test file into the root of drive C do a complete search of drive C for the previously copied text code fragment (just to make sure, that there is not more than 1 file with such text code fragment).
  3. After having deleted the test file and the Recycle Bin redo the search for the text code fragment within the entire drive C.
  4. If the text code fragment should be still present, reboot and redo the search.
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kevindd992002: Yes hes right no need for the OROM if you only use AHCI they utilize different OROM modules inside the BIOS.
Thats just the way the driver is written 11.6.2.1002 was made as a hotfix driver for Win8.
"Invalid parameter error when formatting BD-R discs in Windows explorer on Windows 8"

In that case, how do we update the AHCI OROM?

If 11.6.2.1002 was made as a hotfix for Win8, then surely it is still compatible with Win7 because the hotfix was just "added", right? What disadvantages can we have when using 11.6.2.1002 with Win7 x64?

Also, what are you comments with the 12.x.x.xxxx beta?
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Udpate: Intel RST 11.7.0.1013 Released

How about this? Only for Win8 also?
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with rst 11.7.0.1013 trim is not working with my ssd raid-0
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Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post

with rst 11.7.0.1013 trim is not working with my ssd raid-0

Was it working with 11.6.0.1030? I just did the easy test with HxD again just to make sure and I can confirm it is still working fine with 11.7.0.1013 on my rig. I'm on win7 ultimate, maybe you are on Windows 8 and that's the problem? If not, then the SSD themselves could be the problem. If not done yet, think of upgrading your firmware. Worse case, downgrade to 11.6.0.1030, they have very similar performance to the new one, even if 11.7 have a slight advantage in my test.

Good luck!
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

In that case, how do we update the AHCI OROM?
If 11.6.2.1002 was made as a hotfix for Win8, then surely it is still compatible with Win7 because the hotfix was just "added", right? What disadvantages can we have when using 11.6.2.1002 with Win7 x64?
Also, what are you comments with the 12.x.x.xxxx beta?
How about this? Only for Win8 also?

Running 100% fine since yesterday with 11.7.0.1013 on Win7 64 ultimate. No memory leak, no stuttering, no boot lag detection, no odd performance and thus far, no instability after tons of SSD benchmark. 11.7 seems to be slightly faster than 11.6, which is always good news. I noticed waking-up from sleep is now faster. The system as a whole feel snappier, in good part thanks to TRIM now working. In fact, the combination of OROM 11.6.0.1702, RST driver 11.7.0.1013, BIOS V2.30 and my SSD firmware 000F give me the best performance I ever seen from my rig. I honestly don't think there is much more performance I can extract from that setup.

Good luck!
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