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#571 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 06.07.2018 19:10

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@hoffer:
>Here< is the link to the requested Intel RST EFI RaidDriver v16.5.0.3487.
Good luck!

#572 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by tistou77 14.07.2018 19:05

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"RaidDriver" v16.5.0.3492 replaces 16.5.0.3487 version ?
v16.5.0.3487 it's ok for X299

#573 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 14.07.2018 19:28

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Zitat von tistou77 im Beitrag #572
"RaidDriver" v16.5.0.3492 replaces 16.5.0.3487 version ?
Yes, I am offering here only the latest version of the various development branches (here: v16.5).
Things may be different, when the latest BIOS module doesn't properly work, but until now I haven't gotten such information.

#574 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Pacman 02.08.2018 12:53

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Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v16.7.0.3513

#575 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 02.08.2018 20:33

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@all:
Update of the start post
Changelog:

  • new: "pure" Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v16.7.0.3513 without header (for DEV_2822 Intel SATA RAID Controllers)

Notes:
The Intel RST RAID ROM/EFI RaidDriver BIOS modules from the v16 platform have been designed for Intel 300-Series Chipsets. Maybe it supports 100-/200-Series Chipset RAID systems as well (has to be tested).
Thanks to Pacman for the source FFS file.

Good luck with the new Intel EFI RAID module!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#576 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by killkernel 03.08.2018 01:32

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #575
@all:
  • Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v16.7.0.3513 without header (for DEV_2822 Intel SATA RAID Controllers)

  • Notes:Maybe it supports 100-/200-Series Chipset RAID systems as well (has to be tested).
    @Fernando

    Hello Fernando, as usually i've integrated these latest RST RAID ROM on ASRock Z170 OC Formula but i can confirm that they didn't work as expected, so the latest working on Intel 100-Series chipset are the V.16.5.0.3487.

    Cheers,
    KK

    #577 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by foureight84 05.08.2018 14:02

    I currently have an Asus Z10pe-d8 ws with an Asus hyper x16 m.2 card with pcie bifurcation turned on in order to see the 4 SSD's on the card. I was in the bios setup hoping to get the included Intel rste to create a raid 0 array for the drives. But it looks like the rtse in this motherboard only supports sata drives. Would using these efi drivers allow me to raid my nvme drives?

    #578 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 05.08.2018 15:46

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    @foureight84:
    Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

    AFAIK only modern Intel chipsets from 100-Series up with a DEV_2822 on-board SATA RAID Controller running an Intel RST RAID driver v14.8 series or higher do support the creation of an Intel RST NVMe RAID0 array.

    Regards
    Dieter (alias Fernando)

    #579 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by foureight84 05.08.2018 19:11

    Thank you for clarifying that. Intel RST/e is just confusing overall.

    #580 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 21.08.2018 23:43

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    @all:
    Update of the start post
    Changelog:

    • new: "pure" Intel EFI GopDriver v11.0.1014 (without header) for the Graphics Adapters of Cannonlake CPUs

    Thanks to Pacman for the source files.

    Enjoy the new Intel EFI GopDriver module!
    Dieter (alias Fernando)

    #581 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by hoffer 26.08.2018 21:32

    is v11 Canon Lake only? Is it proper for Kaby Lake?

    Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #580
    Update of the start post
    Changelog:
    • new: "pure" Intel EFI GopDriver v11.0.1014 (without header) for the Graphics Adapters of Cannonlake CPUs

    #582 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 26.08.2018 21:43

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    Zitat von hoffer im Beitrag #581
    is v11 Canon Lake only? Is it proper for Kaby Lake?
    Please have a look into the start post of this thread.
    There I have clearly stated, which GopDriver version is currently the latest for systems with a KabyLake CPU.

    #583 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by plutomaniac 26.08.2018 22:37

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    Some corrections regarding Cannon Lake at the OP: Z390 is Coffee Lake and X399 does not exist. There are only 2 systems with Cannon Lake CPUs so far: Lenovo IdeaPad 330-15ICN and Intel NUC8i3CYSM/NUC8i3CYSN. Both systems include an i3-8121U which has no integrated graphics because it is broken on the early CNL chips. Effectively that means that currently no systems exist which work with GOP v11.

    #584 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 26.08.2018 22:46

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    @plutomaniac:
    Thanks for your statement.
    By the way: >This< was my source.

    #585 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by plutomaniac 26.08.2018 23:08

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    That table is not very accurate. All 300-series can run either Coffee Lake, Cannon Lake, Whisky Lake (U) or Amber Lake (Y) CPUs. We know that CFL, WSL and AML use GOP v9 and CNL uses GOP v11. All 300-series (except Z370 and H310C) use the Cannon Point (CNP) PCH. CNP was supposed to launch with Cannon Lake (CNL) but the constant delays have made Intel mess up their lineup completely. They instead launched CNP-H with CFL and it seems that CNL will only be used for mobile systems (CNP-LP) and for desktop they'll use a different name such as Ice Lake or whatever, when 10nm process is finally ready. As for the followup to X299, the rumors point to a future X599 platform, maybe to skip AMD's X399.

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