You'll see here earlier versions of this driver provided worse performance than the older Intel SATA III drivers:
option=com_content&task=view&id=413&Itemid=38&limit=1&limitstart=7 After some searching around I found the latest controller drivers for this chip from: is version 1.0.00.1042, old one was was 10.0.0.1034 from EVGA. Here's the performance of my Western Digital HDD (Black 1 TB) before (left) and after (right) the new driver installation.
Mobo: EVGA SR-2 w/ BIOS A46 or A49 & Windows 7 (64-bit edition). Case: Home-made from wood & aluminum mesh with mobo mounted on Mountain Mod tray.
CPU: Xeon 5620 @2.40-2.66 GHz (single mode) & @3.3-3.5 GHz (dual mode), air cooled by Intel BXSTS100C heat sink. Comment: Every watt saved reduces the electricity bill & need for additional cooling solutions Another source: 88SE9128, 88SE9120, 88SE9125, 88SE9123, 88SE9111 and 88SE9110.
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Unfortunately, I didn't realize that flashing the BIOS on a system running RAID might be a dangerous thing to do.
The Marvell 91xx SATA6G controller fails to detect any external SATA II drives when they are plugged in so hot swap is not working. I have searched ASUS and many Internet discussion groups without successful results.