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  1. Thanks for your quick reply!! I wasn't concerned as much with the RAID issue, but I will indeed try out the newer drivers and if they don't help then I'll apply the other fixes you mentioned. I agree, I think the SMART issues are indeed due to Intel's drivers, since some older versions can show SMART data properly on X79! Hope they get this sorted out, and TRIM for RAID too someday as they mention! In your testing, did you test single drives only in RAID mode, with no arrays? That is how I am running when I see the issue, just in case I wasn't clear on that above. As for the memory, w
  2. OK, upon further testing and multiple reboots, it's now finally loading past RAID scan with single drives in RAID mode. But, there is some issue there because I did reboot a few times previously and it wasn't helping, and I also noted that "Force" making it load by hot pluging a drive was causing other issues (Windows would stall rebooting/shutting down, and detection of newly connected USB Drives post hot plug and AIDA64 load would fail) So, not sure what's going on, but it seems to have corrected itself though? It's not my system itself, I know that, I review hardware and it's not my fir
  3. Hi Fiery! I originally came to ask about X79 quad channel bandwidth, and if that would ever be updated to reflect the quad channel performance. But, before posting here tonight I installed the latest final to check if that had been corrected before I made a thread about it, and I've just ran into another issue after updating to the latest final so I better include that as well. I do see you've been working on SMART data detection on X79, so that may have something to do with this, the issue is now with a single disk in RAID mode it stalls out during the initial loading at "Scanning RAID dev
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