Just upgraded my DX58SO2 BIOS from 0876 to latest 0888. The upgrade (from within Windows 7 64-bit) went fine without problems.
Normally I am never in a rush to upgrade to a bios version which is just out. But I was having problems with my WS 1TB SATA HDD being invisible after waking from Sleep mode in Windows 7. I also upgraded to latest chipset drivers v9.3 and also to Intel RST 10.8 drivers, both from Intel website. Problem seems to have dissapeared after a few tests (i keep my fingers crossed).
The new DX58SO2 bios 0888 contains an updated ICH10 RAID Option ROM (OROM) to version 220.127.116.119 as per release notes:
This means that it is possible to use Intel RST driver version 18.104.22.1682, which requires (is this really mandatory?) OROM version 22.214.171.1249:
I am waiting for RST 126.96.36.1992 to be downloadable directly from Intel's website before upgrading; for now I stay on RST 10.8.
Incidently RST 188.8.131.529 Alpha Version can be found here: http://www.station-drivers.com/telechargement/intel/sata/11.5.htm .
Since this release mentions OROM version 184.108.40.2061, I assumme that Intel will have to release new bios for DX58SO2 in the coming months?
RST 11.5 are supposed to bring TRIM support to SSDs in RAID 0: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Intel-RST-SSD-TRIM-RAID,14048.html
Hope this is of use to someone.
Some more info:
What a coincidence: Just yesterday I was bemoaning that RST 11.0 WHQL drivers were still not downloadable directly from Intel web-site and lo and behold, they are available today, even certified for the DX58SO2:
I found an interesting article here:
I am using the stock BIOS and there is no way to enable the ECC feature on this board although it is advertised as supporting ECC.
Can you please tell me weather the ECC support has been fixed in v888 BIOS ? (I think they call it memory correction)