It turns out that the problem is not in the driver Intel RST but in AIDA64 2.50 Final. Since I updated Windose 7 to Windose 8 RP in my startup was this same AIDA64 and loading some drivers are not compatible with the new Intel RST and a system crash BSOD. I just installed the Intel RST on the freshly Windose 8 RP and no crashes. The problem is solved. For those who use AIDA64 download the latest beta version.
Thanks for the tip Igor
I posted same problem with Windows 7 x64 and AIDA64 2.50
Developers: Why is the latest RST ACHI driver a PSEUDO-SCSI device instead of IDE/ATA?
Good question about the SATA controller being recognized as SCSI in Windows, that has happened with some beta drivers as well.
I would not use IRST 220.127.116.117, it was just removed from the download page of the Intel 7-series chipset boards (excepting X79, which uses RSTe) and does not perform as well as 11.2 drivers. I noticed this around 8PM CST on 8/2/12. IMO, IRST 11.2 or earlier versions are fine.
There might be a new driver that is being rolled out since it seems 11.5 may be history. I've seen claims that SCSI drivers do not pass the TRIM command to SSDs. You can install earlier IRST drivers over 11.5, just skip the warning about installing an older driver.