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    • 100PIER has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" Yesterday

      @Fernando,
      Thanks for this useful information.
      So, in my case, does the official ASUS offered EFI RAID BIOS module v14.8.0.2377 should be matched with W10 Intel v14.8.12.1059 iRST driver ?
      However, you do recommend somewhere on the forum the EFI RAID BIOS module v14.8.0.2397 be coupled with v14.8.12.1059 driver and you say also 'Recommended for Series 100/200 chipset'.

      So, i am a little confuse for the best couple of EFI RAID BIOS module/RAID driver for my "non Series 100/200" X99 machine.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" Yesterday

      @Fernando,
      I agree the Intel RAID ROM version does not matter when booting in UEFI mode.
      Booting in UEFI mode BIOS menu "Advanced\Intel RST does display "Intel RST 14.8.0.2377 RAID driver". I assume it is the EFI IRST RAID bios module.
      Questions:
      Does, when booting in UEFI mode the EFI IRST RAID for SATA BIOS module is used even if booting from i750 NVMe device ?
      Does, after booting EFI IRST RAID for SATA BIOS module is also used in correlation with the W10 iRST RAID driver to handle the RAID volumes ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" Yesterday

      @Fernando
      Here is the UBU scan screenshot of the new released ASUS official Sabertooth x99 BIOS v3505.
      [[File:UBU_v1.66_menu.PNG|none|auto]]
      You can observe the occurence of 2 different OROM IRST RAID for SATA modules versions and one EFI IRST RAID for SATA version.
      Currently here is the DriveControllerInfo I have:
      [[File:drivecontrollerinfoX99_Sabertooth.PNG|none|auto]]
      On what OROM IRST RAID for SATA version do we have to refer to choose the 'best' Intel AHCI/RAID driver ?
      I have no ambiguity for the sSATA AHCI mode driver for Controller_2.
      A contrario for the two different RAID 0 volumes controlled by Controller_1 chipset I am perplex:
      [[File:Intel_Express_Chipset_SATA_RAID_Controller.PNG|none|auto]]

      May be I have to get another W10 Intel RAID driver version to handle this main Controller_1 which is the alone on this platform offering RAID mode capability ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 03.22.2017

      After a set of in depth tests, I confirm that ASMEDIA USB 3.x v1.16.44.1 WHQL 64-bit does not work on ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe.
      Installation does get no errors, however the four ASMEDIA USB 3.0 ports does remain 'dummy', none of my USB 3.x devices are detected.
      I confirm that v1.16.41.3 does work perfectly on the same hardware.
      Definitively I forget v1.16.44.1 and does stay with v1.16.41.3 on all my ASUS PCs.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 03.12.2017

      @Fernando,
      As you know a signature problem does exist with OpenFabrics NVMe driver v1.5.0.0 and when add in them into any working WinPE image does this Boot manager Error:
      [[File:Image00001.jpg|none|auto]]

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Recommended SSD Tools" 03.06.2017

      @vhfan
      I agree with you, Rapid Mode don't get any boost at all for the applications user. It is only a 'marketing' effect for benchmark tools.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 03.03.2017

      @Fernando,
      I come back again to this strange action of Windows Update about ASMedia USB3.x driver.
      The official SETUP of ASMedia package WHQL seems do update only the Host Controller and do forget the Root Hub driver.
      Windows Update does detect this abnormal situation and does apply the "ASMedia USB Root Hub" driver update:
      [[File:ASMEDia_USB3_driver_v1.16.44.1_WU.PNG|none|auto]]

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 03.02.2017

      @Fernando,
      Thanks, I understand.
      I have now uninstalled these 2 'Windows ASMedia package' and so it is now clean, and the current driver v1.6.44.1 does continue to work fine.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 03.02.2017

      @Fernando,
      Looking at GEEK uninstaller tool, I see for these 2 suspect entries an 'Installation Folder' named DIFX:
      [[File:ASMEDia_USB3_driver_v1.16.44.1_installation_Folder.PNG|none|auto]]
      I totally ignore what is DIFX, and why DPinst64 is here.

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