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#601 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 10.10.2018 16:38

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@hoffer:
I always recommend to take the latest available Intel RAID BIOS module version of a specific development branch (e.g. RST v15.5 or RST v16.0).
Regarding the best possible Intel RAID driver version for your system you should find it out yourself, because each system and the user's preferences are different.

#602 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 31.10.2018 00:56

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@all:
Update of the start post
Changelog:

  • new: "pure" Intel EFI GopDriver v9.0.1082 (without header) for the Graphics Adapters of Skylake, Kabylake and Coffeelake CPUs

Thanks to Pacman for the source files.

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

#603 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Babka 09.11.2018 18:46

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Hello!

Which version of intel efi "raiddriver" and interl rste is needed to get the maximum performance in raid mode?

My system:
chipset x79;
raid0 of two ssd;

#604 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 09.11.2018 20:19

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@Babka:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

The version of the Intel RAID BIOS modules (EFI "RaidDriver" or RAID OROM) has an impact on the boot time and the initialization of the Intel SATA RAID Controller, but only a very limited impact on the performance of the disk drives, which are running in RAID mode.
If you want to get the best possible Intel RAID performance, you should choose the best performant Intel RAID driver for your specific system (look >here<) and put an Intel RaidDriver version, which matches the best the desired driver, into the BIOS (the in-use Intel RAID driver and BIOS module should belong to the same development branch).

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#605 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Babka 12.11.2018 12:50

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As I'm understand it for the x79 chipset, I'm need to take the OPOMIntel RST (e) RAID ROM v13.1.0.2126 and the RAID driver: Intel RST (e) v13.1.0.1058.
Do I'm need an Intel RSTe EFI RaidDriver, and if I'm need some version?

#606 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 12.11.2018 13:00

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Zitat von Babka im Beitrag #605
Do I'm need an Intel RSTe EFI RaidDriver, and if I'm need some version?
No, you don't need an Intel RSTe EFI RaidDriver, because you will get the best performance, if you run your Intel RAID Controller in RST mode (DeviceID: DEV_2822).

#607 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Babka 12.11.2018 13:20

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #606
No, you don't need an Intel RSTe EFI RaidDriver, because you will get the best performance, if you run your Intel RAID Controller in RST mode (DeviceID: DEV_2822).
The Intel RSTe EFI "RaidDriver" is not needed if I'm use the UEFI mode ?

#608 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 12.11.2018 13:54

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@Babka:
As long as you have set the Intel SATA Controller to "RST mode" within the BIOS, no RSTe BIOS module will be used.

#609 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Babka 14.11.2018 13:13

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Fernando,

If I'm understand correctly in BIOS mode UEFI, can set the mode of the RST or RSTe controller. And what are the differences between the RST and the RSTe ?

#610 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by plutomaniac 14.11.2018 14:12

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@Fernando

Correct me if I'm wrong as I don't check BIOS modules anymore but I think these are new?

Intel RST RAID 17.0.0.3592
Intel RST RAID 16.5.0.53439
8086-2822 Intel RST RAID 17.0.0.3592
8086-2822 Intel RST RAID 16.5.0.53439

Btw, this might be of interest.

#611 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by gpvecchi 14.11.2018 22:11

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Intel RST 17? Interesting...

#612 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 14.11.2018 22:41

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@all:
Update of the start post
Changelog:

  • new: "pure" Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v16.5.0.53439 without header (for DEV_2822 Intel SATA RAID Controllers)
  • new: "pure" Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v17.0.0.3592 without header (for DEV_2822 Intel SATA RAID Controllers)

Notes:
The Intel RST RAID ROM/EFI RaidDriver BIOS modules from the v16 and v17 platform have been designed for Intel 300-Series Chipsets. Maybe they support 100-/200-Series Chipset RAID systems as well (has to be tested).
As long as no v17 platform Intel RST RAID drivers are available, I do not recommend to insert any v17 platform RaidDriver into the BIOS.
Thanks to plutomaniac for the source files.

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

#613 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by westlake 11.12.2018 03:33

EFI IRST 17.0.0.3679
Without new RAID OROM.

#614 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by Fernando 11.12.2018 11:05

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@all:
Update of the start post
Changelog:

  • new: "pure" Intel RST EFI "RaidDriver" v17.0.0.3679 without header (for DEV_2822 Intel SATA RAID Controllers)

Notes:
The Intel RST RAID ROM/EFI RaidDriver BIOS modules from the v17 platform have been designed for Intel 300-Series Chipsets. Maybe they support 100-/200-Series Chipset RAID systems as well (has to be tested).
As long as no v17 platform Intel RST RAID drivers are available, I do not recommend to insert any v17 platform RaidDriver into the BIOS.
Thanks to westlake for the source files.

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

#615 RE: Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules by westlake 11.12.2018 22:35

EFI 16.0.2.3402

EFI + OROM 17.0.0.3713

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