@ X79 - 2.30.1900 - RAID w/ Single Disk Stalls + Quad Bandwidth in Bug reports Posted April 9, 2012 · Report reply 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, why does it scale with triple channel then on X58? I understand it's a single threaded benchmark, but how does that apply to xx memory modules in use? Just wondering to try and understand, since it seemed to scale fine with single, dual, then triple on X58 - or at least I think I remember it working properly when comparing like that on X58 (Maybe I'm wrong haha!) Anyway, thank you again for the quick reply!! I'll look into the RAID issue with your tips, and I'm really looking forward to the new multi-threaded memory benchmark!! Keep up the great work, your program is the best!! *Edit* Tested RAID member enumeration disabled and that instantly fixed the issue! I will update the drivers as I should anyway, then I will re-enable this and see if it still happens or not. I'll let you know. *Edit 2* Updated drivers to 18.104.22.16816, and re-enabled the above setting and everything works quickly as expected!! So thanks for the heads up, it seems the old drivers were causing issues with AIDA64 RAID member detection when no actual arrays were built, all working perfect now - thanks! Can you give a guesstimate on when the multi-memory benchmark version might be ready for testing? I could beta test for you if you'd like, I'm friends with Stasio - so maybe he already has posted a beta on this and I didn't notice yet?