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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.
This is only valid for BIOSes of mainboards with a very old Intel chipset, where you can find a separate special Intel AHCI ROM module (last version: 1.20E dated 2008).
Actual Intel AHCI Controllers definitively do use the Intel RAID ROM module. You can easily verify it by extracting and opening the BIOS module named "AHCI". The "AHCI" module is absolutely identic with the Intel RAID ROM module and will be updated automaticly, if the Intel RAID ROM module will be changed or modified.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 12/8/12 at 12:15pm
post #892 of 3918
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This might be true but I'm pretty sure the ROM that Intel AHCI actually uses hasnt been updated in a very long time.
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This might be true but I'm pretty sure the ROM that Intel AHCI actually uses hasnt been updated in a very long time.
I am not sure about that. According to my experience and test results AHCI systems participate of an updated Intel RAID ROM module as well.
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Asrock Extreme 4 bios 2.70 is out.
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Update: Added ASRock BIOS

-- Fatal1ty P67 Professional BIOS 3.10 (TRIM OROM)
-- Z77 Extreme4 BIOS 2.70
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TRIM confirmed working on MSI P67A-GD55 (B3) with Fernando's 8086-2822_v11601702_mod_for_P67+Z68.bin OROM using the Easy TRIM test method but performance remained essentially the same. RAID consists of two Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB with firmware 503. Is this as good as it's going to get or am I missing something?





garikfox, let me know if you'd like me to upload the modified ROM.
post #897 of 3918
nice one thanks for doing that thumb.gif
post #898 of 3918
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TRIM confirmed working on MSI P67A-GD55 (B3) with Fernando's 8086-2822_v11601702_mod_for_P67+Z68.bin OROM using the Easy TRIM test method but performance remained essentially the same. RAID consists of two Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB with firmware 503. Is this as good as it's going to get or am I missing something?
TRIM doesn't enhance the performance, if the RAID array is still in good condition, but it prevents a dropdown after heavy work.
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garikfox, let me know if you'd like me to upload the modified ROM.
He inserts exactly the same ROM file, which has been modified by me.
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Update: Added all GIGABYTE Z77 BIOS's
Edited by garikfox - 12/8/12 at 3:42pm
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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!

Garikfox, any comment on this? I still don't get why you won't recommend 11.6.2 over 11.6.0 and now there's 11.7.0 which is better than 11.6.0.

Ramon, have you tried the 12.x.x.xxxx beta?
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