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Thread: Raid0 and TRIM Support on Intel 11.5 OROM and Latest v11.5.0.1184 RST Drivers ?

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    Here is another Asus P67 bios I made, Asus Sabertooth P67 latest release 3602 and 11.6.0.1702 OROM, 100% working TRIM in Raid0: http://www.diskusjon.no/index.php?ap...tach_id=509437
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    I'll have to try this on my P55 motherboard (Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3)

    Would be interesting if I could get TRIM working on this old motherboard! (I can confirm that modern 11.x BIOS works correctly on my motherboard!)

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    RST: 11.5.9.1002
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    If anyone wants to try

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    I'll re-run the test with a much larger text file tonight when I get home.

    I don't think it matters though. I think Dufus is incorrect about my data just being flagged for rewrite. The data from the text file falls outside of the range of the newly created TMP file, and was zeroed out. You can in fact see the EOF for the TMP file and it ends right where the data should be from the text file, and if what Dufus said is true, the data would still be there, since it was just flagged. Writing out the TMP file wouldn't zero out the bits behind it.

    My array is high usage and nearly full, so I'm not surprised by another file being written to that location in 2 minutes(which is about how long it takes to scan).
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoson View Post
    I'll re-run the test with a much larger text file tonight when I get home.
    That would be fine. Even better would be a JPG file.

    By the way I have another question:
    Quote Originally Posted by zoson View Post
    3A16 0000 07
    I figured out how to do this by following the information in:
    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2281849
    If you followed the informations you got at AnandTech Forum, how and where did you detect the Alternate DeciceID of your on-board SATA RAID Controller?
    According to my knowledge the device with the ID "3A16" is not any Intel SATA RAID Controller, but the "82801JIR (ICH10R) LPC Interface Controller" (look >here<).
    By the way: Did you already run "Dufus SATA ID Tool" (>LINK<), which will show the correct Alternate DeviceID of your on-board SATA RAID Controller?
    Quote Originally Posted by zoson
    Also figured I'd point out that my controller does NOT show up in device manager as "82801JIR (ICH10R) SATA RAID Controller"
    Mine shows up as "Intel(R) Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller"
    That is quite normal for all Intel SATA RAID Controllers with the standard DeviceID DEV_2822 (from ICH8R to 7-series chipsets) and doesn't indicate at all the special SATA RAID Controller of your mainboard.
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    freaking AWESOME!

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    Have you guys checked if it works for x79?

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    X79 is supposedly working with the latest bioses (if available) without modding, Intel is probably finding the X79 owners fury a little hard to swallow and sales a bit lacking, so X79 owners will get it hasslefree..
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    Yeah, the intel forums have a $hitstorm going on with pissed X79 owners abou this. Good to see intel stepping up.
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    You forgot to share your TRIM-Raid0 success at OCZ forums, Brahmzy? They where still in the "darkages" when I took a look yesterday... :P
    Last edited by Ourasi; 11-28-2012 at 09:23 AM.
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    Ouch, not alot of peace&love over there, had an urge to post there when I got my modded bios working a few days ago, but I guess my lazyness saved me some gray hairs, for once
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ourasi View Post
    Ouch, not alot of peace&love over there...
    then you haven't spent much time here
    Last edited by m.oreilly; 11-28-2012 at 12:34 PM.
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    Device Id for X58 wanted

    Hi,

    Trying to get trim working on my x58 Classified. Aida64 says its a 82801hb/hr ich8/9 raid controller. I've tried every device id I can think of by plugging it into the 11.6.0.1702 lookup table but nothing works. Anyone know what the proper device id is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post
    Trying to get trim working on my x58 Classified. Aida64 says its a 82801hb/hr ich8/9 raid controller. I've tried every device id I can think of by plugging it into the 11.6.0.1702 lookup table but nothing works. Anyone know what the proper device id is?
    I suppose, that the Alternate DeviceID of your Intel SATA RAID Controller is DEV_2925.
    By the way: >Here< is the answer I gave you at AnandTech Forum.
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    x58 boards - Asus Rampage 3 compared to Rampage 2

    Quote Originally Posted by zoson View Post
    Hey guys, I have a rampage 3 extreme and I modded the latest 1601 bios with the 11.6.0.1702 Intel sata/raid firmware.

    I can confirm that raid 0 trim is working on x58.

    I had to use the latest RST 12.0.0.1013 beta driver from station-drivers because I couldn't get the rapid storage utility to load on any of the others, but I would guess that any driver that supports trim would trim the drive.
    http://www.station-drivers.com/page/intel%20raid.htm
    Hey Zoson,

    I have a rampage 2 extreme, I replaced the firmware with 11.6.0.1702 in the bios but upon booting it wouldn't go beyond the raid post. I then replaced the raid firmware with 8.9 (I think I was originally on 8.5 or so) and that booted up normally, so I think I'm creating the new bios correctly. Do you know of a reason why the rampage 3 would work and the rampage 2 would not, differing intel raid controllers? I thought all raid controllers for the x58 boards were the same, but maybe I'm incorrect?

    Thanks, any help is appreciated.

    Thaydengeo

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    Could you make a TRIM-BIOS for ASUS P8P67 (REV 3.1) BIOS 3602 ?
    P8P67 Rev 3.1 3602 BIOS: http://ul.to/w1kq9u0v

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoson View Post
    I'll re-run the test with a much larger text file tonight when I get home.
    This was written on Tuesday. Did you meanwhile get any new results?
    davidm71 and thaydengeo are not the only X58 RAID0 users, who are waiting for your feedback.

    Quote Originally Posted by C3 View Post
    Could you make a TRIM-BIOS for ASUS P8P67 (REV 3.1) BIOS 3602 ?
    P8P67 Rev 3.1 3602 BIOS: http://ul.to/w1kq9u0v
    You probably can get it from >here<.
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    Fill Tested RAID 0 TRIM on my Z68A-GD80 B3 and TRIM works perfectly. Thanks for the OROM Fernando!

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    Does anyone have the oc formula working with this orom?
    If not...could you please mod it for me?


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    OC Formula is Z77 and should have working TRIM-orom from manufacturer, check the version on top of Intel raidbios..
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    I modded my BIOS. It was pretty easy once you know what to do.

    Flashing went smoothly. I switched from AHCI to RAID after enabling IastorV in the registry. I can see 11.6 in the RAID boot settings. I now need my 2 512GB SSD (which I rapidly bought from newegg @ 194$ !!) to test if TRIM is working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kensiko View Post
    I now need my 2 512GB SSD (which I rapidly bought from newegg @ 194$ !!) to test if TRIM is working.
    Hopefully the firmware of your new SSDs do fully support TRIM.

    Good luck!
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    Cool

    WOOHOO!! Success!! RAID0 TRIM WORK ON Z68!! F*CK YOU INTEL!

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    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.

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