No edit button for a post, it's 2017 not 1997. o_O
My post should read.
since installing my Raid 0 drives not drivers
Wizzzzard: Thank you very much for reporting this matter to the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology communities. We are sorry to hear the system is showing this type of behavior.
In order to try to fix this problem, we recommend to install the Intel® RST version that was validated by ASUS. Please un-install the current Intel® RST version, then restart the PC and install the one showing on the link below, it should work with your system:
If the problem persists after that, then the best thing to do will be to get in contact with ASUS directly so they can maybe try to replicate this scenario:
Any further questions, please let me know.
Thanks for the reply.
I think you should take the time to read my post, all the answers to your questions were in my Original post!
Wizzzzard: You are very welcome. We just wanted to make sure that you were installing the correct Intel® RST version, let me apologize for any inconvenience. From our side the best thing that we recommend to do is to keep using the version 184.108.40.2061, since there are no problems when use it. If you need to install version 220.127.116.115, then we recommend to get in contact with ASUS again, just to confirm if they have any reports or known issues about this subject or to check if they can try to replicate the issue in their lab, using the same board you have with the same Intel® RST version that you are trying to install.
As an option, also we can try to look for the “Change Link Power Management” setting under the “Performance” tab on Intel® RST, and then disable it if it is enable, or enable it if it is disable, just to check if it makes any difference on the performance of the RAID.
Any questions, please let me know.
Yes I will continue to use 18.104.22.1681 since it is working properly.
I have yet to receive a reply from Asus.