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    Hi all, is there a problem if installing Intel SATA AHCI-RAID Drivers : 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 on a 3xx chipset motherboard? instead of 17.9.4.1017?

    Drivers - 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 WHQL [17/07/2020]
    Drivers - 3xx : 17.9.4.1017 WHQL [24/07/2020]

    I ask because I have installed v18
    .30.0.1135 on my maximus XI Extreme Z390 motherboard and it's all running OK. I haven't run any SSD benchmarks with both versions so I don't know if there is any disadvantage of using v18 instead of v17.

    I guess I could ask win-raid forum for there might be someone there who knows, in case there's nobody here who can shed some light on this subject. TIA for any input, folks.
    Last edited by XYchromosone; 09-21-2020 at 10:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XYchromosone View Post
    Hi all, is there a problem if installing Intel SATA AHCI-RAID Drivers : 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 on a 3xx chipset motherboard? instead of 17.9.4.1017?

    Drivers - 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 WHQL [17/07/2020]
    Drivers - 3xx : 17.9.4.1017 WHQL [24/07/2020]

    I ask because I have installed v18
    .30.0.1135 on my maximus XI Extreme Z390 motherboard and it's all running OK. I haven't run any SSD benchmarks with both versions so I don't know if there is any disadvantage of using v18 instead of v17.

    I guess I could ask win-raid forum for there might be someone there who knows, in case there's nobody here who can shed some light on this subject. TIA for any input, folks.
    You need to install the 17.9.4 drivers because they are for the z390 chipset, 18.30 drivers are for the z490 chipset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XYchromosone View Post
    Hi all, is there a problem if installing Intel SATA AHCI-RAID Drivers : 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 on a 3xx chipset motherboard? instead of 17.9.4.1017?

    Drivers - 4xx : 18.30.0.1135 WHQL [17/07/2020]
    Drivers - 3xx : 17.9.4.1017 WHQL [24/07/2020]

    I ask because I have installed v18
    .30.0.1135 on my maximus XI Extreme Z390 motherboard and it's all running OK. I haven't run any SSD benchmarks with both versions so I don't know if there is any disadvantage of using v18 instead of v17.

    I guess I could ask win-raid forum for there might be someone there who knows, in case there's nobody here who can shed some light on this subject. TIA for any input, folks.
    Hi,

    - Motherboards with Intel 2xx series chipsets are not compatible with 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 2xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 2xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 17.8.x drivers and more recent.
    - Motherboards with Intel 3xx series chipsets are not compatible with 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 3xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 3xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 18.30.x drivers and more recent.

    Note : I already see questions arrived "which is the most optimal then ?", the most optimal is to respect what there is written on the first post of this thread, so, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 3xx series chipset, don't use the 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 4xx series chipset, don't use the 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    - Motherboards with Intel 2xx series chipsets are not compatible with 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 2xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 2xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 17.8.x drivers and more recent.
    - Motherboards with Intel 3xx series chipsets are not compatible with 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 3xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 3xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 18.30.x drivers and more recent.

    Note : I already see questions arrived "which is the most optimal then ?", the most optimal is to respect what there is written on the first post of this thread, so, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 3xx series chipset, don't use the 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 4xx series chipset, don't use the 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent.
    Did you make a mistake in the "Note" section with the Chipset versions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    I reread it, and no, there is no mistake.
    I got it, makes sense now. Was quite late last night when I read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    - Motherboards with Intel 2xx series chipsets are not compatible with 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 2xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 2xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 17.8.x drivers and more recent.
    - Motherboards with Intel 3xx series chipsets are not compatible with 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent except for motherboards with some Intel 3xx series chipsets whose support is currently maintained. This is why the all Intel 3xx series chipsets is not marked as compatible with 18.30.x drivers and more recent.

    Note : I already see questions arrived "which is the most optimal then ?", the most optimal is to respect what there is written on the first post of this thread, so, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 3xx series chipset, don't use the 17.8.x drivers branch and more recent, if you don't have motherboard with Intel 4xx series chipset, don't use the 18.30.x drivers branch and more recent.
    Thanks for your reply MoKiChU. This is interesting, let me explain why. The hardware ID for the "Storage controller/Intel Chipset SATA/PCIe RST Premium controller" for my Z390 is "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104"

    The iaStorAC.inf file found in Driver Ver=07/17/2020,18.30.0.1135 specifically found in the folder "Intel RST v18.30.0.1135\F6\NonVMD\f6flpy-x64" has the same hardware ID, specifically the first one in the hardware ID list:

    "%PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104.DeviceDesc% = RAID_inst, PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104"

    BTW the inf file "iaStorHsa_Ext.inf" found in "Intel RST v18.30.0.1135\F6\HsaExtension" also has hardware ID "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104"

    So this tells me that v18 is indeed compatible with the Z390 chipset, and not just for the Z4xx

    This is why I installed v18, but I asked on this thread if there is any known issue if I installed v18 on a Z3xx because the first post suggests v18 is only for Z4xx chipsets. My PC is running fine with v18, so it should because 2 of the driver's inf files has the z390 hardware ID as I've explained above. If v18 wasn't compatible with z390 the inf files in the 2 folders I mentioned above would not mention the hardware ID for the Z390. Do you see my point?
    Last edited by XYchromosone; 09-22-2020 at 09:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XYchromosone View Post
    Do you see my point?
    Read my previous post again, I have already explained that some 3xx series chipsets HW ID were compatible 18.30.x drivers branch (including your Z390 RAID HW ID or my Z370 AHCI HW ID), but that it's not optimal to use them and this is why the all Intel 3xx series chipsets are not marked as compatible with 18.30.x drivers. But if you want to use this branch at all costs, do what you want, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Read my previous post again, I have already explained that some 3xx series chipsets HW ID were compatible 18.30.x drivers branch (including your Z390 RAID HW ID or my Z370 AHCI HW ID), but that it's not optimal to use them and this is why the all Intel 3xx series chipsets are not marked as compatible with 18.30.x drivers. But if you want to use this branch at all costs, do what you want, of course.
    Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it. When I get time, I shall run some SSD benchmarks with v18 and v17 to see if there might be any impact on the speed of the SSD with either driver version. This is what my original question was based on. I don't know of any app or any way to test for "compatibility" for a particular driver except for benchmarking and stability/stress testing?
    Last edited by XYchromosone; 09-24-2020 at 12:29 PM. Reason: fixed spelling error

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    Quote Originally Posted by howxcore View Post
    Thanks for coming back MoKiChu, You manage a very tight ship in these forums for all of us to keep our drivers updated, highly appreciated.
    Wait so asus as big company they are, not only that they don't include latest drivers on sites of their motherboards. Yet some person has to manage drivers for them in free time and post them on forums? What is this? So i am suppose to search all topics for each driver, or what? Holly... Mokichu is god, mokichu doesn't work for asus right? I don't think... Poor guy is not even paid for this :/ I am never buying anything again from asus from multiple reasons, this is just tip on the iceberg... I don't even what is going on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by empleat View Post
    Wait so asus as big company they are, not only that they don't include latest drivers on sites of their motherboards. Yet some person has to manage drivers for them in free time and post them on forums? What is this? So i am suppose to search all topics for each driver, or what? Holly... Mokichu is god, mokichu doesn't work for asus right? I don't think... Poor guy is not even paid for this :/ I am never buying anything again from asus from multiple reasons, this is just tip on the iceberg... I don't even what is going on...
    It is something that I can not understand either as a brand with the name it has does not update its page with drivers and we have to investigate and search through forums.

    Of course, we must be grateful for the work that the colleague does for keeping all the threads updated and giving support when there are doubts.

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