I do not understand what you refer to "chipset driver setup" and "the Intel RST setup".
The only SATA drivers that we provide through Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology. One is loaded during the operating system installation, called "F6 driver" (zip file) and the other one is the driver that is loaded and updated through the software application that runs on the operating system or Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology user interface (which is installed with an executable file)..
Could you please specify what files are you referring to?
Yes Diego_Intel, you do get a chipset driver too. This is for your motherboard's chipset. A.k.a. Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility). Here is a link to it: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=20775&ProdId=3301&lang=eng&OSVersion=%0A&DownloadType=Drivers
So to confirm the procedure to reproduce what I am querying is as follows...
The generic Microsoft AHCI driver looks like this in device manger:
Then, once the Intel Chipset driver (as mentioned above) is loaded, the generic AHCI driver from Microsoft, gets changed to this in device manager:
Then, after loading the Intel RST driver and application, the storage controller changes from either Microsoft's generic or Intel's chipset driver, to this in device manager:
I hope that this is clear enough?