using Intel TRIM with SSD in RAID 'Driver'

Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) driver with TRIM Command version for Intel Motherboard

This feature provides high-level security and protection for the data on your disks with a password, denying access from any unauthorized user.

This technology provides support for the following features:

  • Intel® Rapid Recover Technology
    This technology provides full data redundancy by copying data from a designated source drive (i.e., master disk) to a designated destination drive (i.e., recovery disk). Data updates of recovery volumes can be continuous or on request.
  • Intel® Rapid RAID
    This technology provides the ability to create RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 volumes on desktop and mobile platforms. Data is distributed across two or more disks to provide data redundancy or to enhance data storage performance. 
  • Intel® Matrix RAID Technology
    This technology allows two independent RAID volumes to be created on a single array. The first volume occupies part of the array, leaving space for the second volume. The array may consist of two to six SATA disks depending on the volume types.
  • Volume migration
    This feature provides support for converting system data into a high-performance or protection RAID configuration.
  • Volume size increase
    This feature allows you to increase the data storage capacity of a volume by utilizing 100% of the available array space or by adding one or more SATA disk to an existing volume.
    Our application also provides support for the following features: Password-protected disks

  • Benchmark Test results :


Installs the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) driver version for Intel® Desktop Boards.

Download the driver (STOR_allOS_9.6.0.1014_PV.exe) and one of the following F6 Driver Diskettes (depending on your operating system): - F6 driver diskette for Windows* 7 (32-bit editions), Windows* Vista* (32-bit editions), Windows XP* Home, Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Media Center Edition. - F6 driver diskette for Windows 7 (64-bit editions), Windows Vista (64-bit editions) or Windows XP Professional 64-bit Edition.

using Intel TRIM with SSD in RAID 'Driver' using Intel TRIM with SSD in RAID 'Driver' Reviewed by Mhr on 14:35 Rating: 5

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