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#91 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 01.06.2014 09:06

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@ KRyouCK:

Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your report (is already within the BIOS modding success/failure table)!

Regards
Fernando

#92 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by ferreol 28.06.2014 17:27

First thank you very much to fernando for his work and this forum.

Success report
Asrock z68 extreme4 gen3 (Bios beta L2.31A)


Inserted:
Universally TRIM modified" Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v12.9.0.2006 with TRIM in RAID0 support
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Universally TRIM modified" Intel "SataDriver" v12.9.0.2006 GUID 90C8D394

Trim is functional on Windows 8.1 update 1 in UEFI ultra fast boot mode, with my RAID 0 of 5*SSD Crucial C300 64 GO.

Previously I've inserted a v11.5.0.1414 or v11.5.0.1582 ROM only (don't remember witch one) and trim was functional in legacy mode. but since I tweak my Windows install from legacy to UEFI trim seem to don't work any more.

As I understand trim need ROM + SataDriver >= v11.6 to work in RAID and UEFI mode.
I think that will be a good idea, to add this precision on the Intel AHCI ROM modules page.

#93 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 29.06.2014 21:07

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@ ferreol:

Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your report, which has already been put into the BIOS modding success/failure table.

Regards
Fernando

#94 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by ferreol 06.07.2014 20:59

New Success report
Asrock z68 extreme4 gen3 (Bios beta L2.31A)


Inserted:
Universally TRIM modified" Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v12.9.0.2006 with TRIM in RAID0 support
+
Universally TRIM modified" Intel "SataDriver" v12.9.0.2006 GUID 90C8D394

+ With UBU :

Intel OROM VBIOS and EFI GOP Driver
Update to v2170 OROM and v2.0.1024/v3.0.1027 EFI GOP Drivers

LAN OROM PXE and EFI UNDI - Intel, Realtek, BCM, QCA
Update ALL LAN OROM and EFI:
Intel LAN OROM 1.5.53
Broadcom LAN OROM 16.2.1 EFI 16.2.2

Marvell SATA Option ROM and EFI
Update OROM Marvell
88SE9120 - 1.0.0.1038

Update CPU MicroCode SandyBridge 6A7-28/IvyBridge 6A9-19 (For Sandy Overclokers)

Trim is functional on Windows 8.1 update 1 in UEFI ultra fast boot mode, with my RAID 0 of 5*SSD Crucial C300 64 GO.

Since I patch the other module With UBU ultra fast boot mode considerably increase there performance. Windows 8.1 update 1 boot now on desktop in less than 6 second.


Demi Success report

Intel-RSTe_RAID-ROM_v13.1.0.2126_TRIM-mod-acc-CPL0
Universally TRIM modified" Intel "SataDriver" v13.1.0.2126 GUID 90C8D394

Boot up in fast mode. But UEFI Windows boot loader of my RAID doesn't appear any more in ultra fast mode.

#95 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by yesgrey 19.07.2014 17:46

Success report
1 - Gigabyte P35C-DS3R
2 - MB
3 - P35 express / ICHR9
4 - Intel MSM RAID ROM v8.5.0.1030 modded to allow TRIM support
5 - Success YES
6 - Remarks: RAID-0 TRIM is working

PS: In the BIOS Modding results table there is an error: "Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS4 / ICH10R" The EP35 has the P35 express chipset, which has the ICH9R, not the ICH10R. Either the motherboard model is wrong, or the southbridge model is wrong.

#96 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by vicbyrd 22.09.2014 13:22

Success report

1 - Asus P8Z77-M
2 - MB
3 - Sandy Bridge / Intel Z77 (Panther Point DH)
4 - Intel RST OROM & EFI 12.9.0.2006
5 - Success YES
6 - Remarks: RAID-0 TRIM is working

TRIM failed when using OCZ Vertex3 and OCZ Vertex3 MI in RAID 0 but working fine now with 2x Samsung 840 Pros.

Thanks for the extremely useful site Fernando!

#97 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 22.09.2014 14:09

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@ vicbyrd:

Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your report, which has already been added to the BIOS modding success/failure table.

Regards
Fernando

#98 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by py_lafond 26.09.2014 18:13

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Hi,
here is a other success to add in result table !


My result :

Vendor exact Name : Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD7
System Type : MB
Chipset : P55
PCI ROM : BEFORE : "Intel(R) RAID for SATA - v9.5.0.1037" ... AFTER : "Intel(R) RAID for SATA - v11.2.0.1527".
Success: Yes
Remarks : <2TB hard-drive Raid ready! (I actually use Seagate 3TB for RAID 10 (1+0))


Original post : Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD7 BIOS "RAID-ROM" Modding

Have a good day!
PY

#99 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 26.09.2014 18:52

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@ py_lafond:

Thanks for your donation an the additional report. Btw: I had already put your report into the BIOS modding success/failure table at 09/24.

Enjoy your successfully modded BIOS and the ability to fully use your >2TB sized RAID volumes!

Kind regards
Fernando

#100 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by KRyouCK 18.10.2014 10:35

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Vendor and exact Name of the mainboard/pc/notebook: Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3
System Type (MB=mainboard, PC=personal computer, NB=notebook, BB=barbone): MB
Chipset and Southbridge of the system: Intel P55
Vendor, Sort and Version of the inserted PCI ROM or EFI module (old updated): Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v13.1.0.2030 + JMicron JMB36x RAID ROM v1.0.7.28 + Realtek LAN ROM v2.59a
Vendor, Sort and Version of the inserted PCI ROM or EFI module (new updated): Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v13.5.0.2118 + JMicron JMB36x RAID ROM v1.0.8.01 + Realtek LAN ROM v2.60
Success: Yes, all tested (Bios F10a)

#101 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 18.10.2014 12:00

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@ KRyouCK:

Thanks for your report.
I have already updated the related part of the BIOS modding success/failure table.

#102 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by lurch228 01.11.2014 05:33

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #40
@ lurch228:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your report, which has been added to the "BIOS modding success/faoilure" table.
Questions:
  1. Are you running your system drive in AHCI or in RAID mode? If it's the latter, have you created a RAID array (which sort?)?
  2. Which Intel RAID ROM version has been within the original ASUS BIOS?
  3. Have you tried different Intel RST/RST(e) ROM versions? If yes, did you realize any differences?
  4. What was the reason to update it to v11.5.0.1414?
    I ask this, because the v11.5.x.xxxx OROM modules were the first ones, which belong to the Intel RST(e) development branch being designed for using an additional SCSI filter driver. AFAIK the Intel RST(e) OROMS/drivers from v11.5.x.xxxx up may not the best choice for Intel ICH8R systems.
  5. Which Intel AHCI/RAID driver are you running?

Answers to your questions.

1. Raid 0 for Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit OS with 2 OCZ Vertex 3 MAX IOPS, Raid 1 2 Seagate 500 for DATA Raid 1 2 750 WD black edition for backup.
2. Intel RAIDv6.1.0.1002
3.Intel RAID v11.0.0.1124
4. Better compatibility for Raid with SSD's
5.Currently running IRST 13.2.0.1016

EDIT by Fernando: Questions added for a better understanding of the answers, offtopic part moved into >this< thread.

#103 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by mbk1969 01.11.2014 12:13

CPU microcode updated on two motherboards - Gigabyte Z77-HD3 (IvyBridge), Asus P9X79 (IvyBridge-E)

#104 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 02.11.2014 23:21

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@ mbk1969:
Thanks for your report, but there is not enough place within the BIOS modding success/failure table for CPU Microcode updates.

Regards
Fernando

#105 RE: BIOS modding success/failure overview by Fernando 03.11.2014 01:06

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Zitat von lurch228 im Beitrag #102
Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #40
@ lurch228:
Which Intel AHCI/RAID driver are you running?
Currently running IRST 13.2.0.1016
Thanks for having at least answered my questions from November 2013.
It is not easy to understand, why you are running your RAID0 system with the brandnew RST(e) drivers v13.2 in combination with the old Intel RST RAID ROM v11.5.0.1414.

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