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    Laptop (Model)OMEN by HP [15-dh0057nl]
    ProcessorIntel Core i711700K
    Memory (part number)G.Skill Ripjaws V 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-3000MHz CL15-15-15-35 1.35V - F4-3000C15D-32GVR
    Graphics Card #1ASUS GeForce® RTX 3070 Noctua OC Edition 8GB GDDR6
    Sound CardHeadset: Creative Sound BlasterX G1 Portable 7.1 Soundcard /Speakers: [motherboard integrated]
    MonitorHP OMEN X 27
    Storage #1OS: FireCuda 520 SSD 500GB [ZP500GM30002] /Game: FireCuda 520 SSD 1TB [ZP1000GM30002]
    Storage #2Data: Seagate FireCuda Solid State Hybrid Drive 2TB (SSHD) [ST2000DX002]
    CPU CoolerNoctua NH-D15S w/ extra Noctua NF-A15 PWM fan in push-pull configuration
    CaseSilverStone SG10 [SST-SG10B (Black)]
    Power SupplyCorsair SF750 Platinum
    Keyboard Work: Logitech K800 Wireless Keyboard /Game: Keyboard E-YOOSO K-700 [CherryMX Silver Speed Switches]
    Mouse Work: Logitech Wireless Mouse MX Master 2S /Game: Logitech G-Pro X ULTRALIGHT Wireless
    Headset Game: Superlux HD 668B
    Mouse Pad ARTISAN Ninja FX Raiden MID [Black-XL]
    Headset/Speakers Room/Ambient: Creative Labs DTT2200 Desktop Theater Digital 5.1 Computer Speaker System
    OS Microsoft Windows 11 Professional

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    Sep 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post

    The choice is yours :

    So @ every Intel 2xx/3xx series chipsets based motherboards owners :

    If you are using the 18.3x.x.xxxx drivers branch and you want to switch to 17.9.x.xxxx drivers branch :

    - Follow the Update Process (AHCI or RAID/Optane according to your case) from 17.9.x.xxxx drivers branch but don't wait for a message
    - Launch Driver Store Explorer
    - Verify that your 17.9.x.xxxx versions of iaahcic.inf | iastorac.inf drivers are present but not used (Device Name not filled)
    - Check the boxes of all others versions of iaahcic.inf | iastorac.inf drivers (if you find them)
    - Check the box "Force Deletion" then click on the "Delete Driver" button then restart your PC

    Hi and thank you very much for the precise explanation.
    I was one of the "lucky" that was able to install the 18.3x.x.xxxx drivers branch on a 3xx series chipset.
    Frankly, since my migration to the 18.3x.x.xxxx drivers branch from the 17.9.x.xxxx drivers branch, I have never experienced any differences in performance or whatever it should have brought , so as you Recommend to stick to its proper native drivers, I think it will be for my systems health to get back to the old saints.
    As usual, thanks for everything!!

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