Drivers Storage Intel Matrix Storage Manager

Intel Matrix Storage Manager 8.9.0.1023 for Windows

by Intel Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (17 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,440
Publisher Intel Corp.
Homepage Intel Matrix Storage Manager

Publisher's Description

Intel Matrix Storage Manager provides software support for high-performance Serial ATA RAID 0 arrays, fault-tolerant Serial ATA RAID 1 arrays, high capacity and fault-tolerant Serial ATA RAID 5 arrays and high performance and fault-tolerant Serial ATA RAID 10 arrays on select supported chipsets using select operating systems. It also provides support for Intel Rapid Recover Technology, AHCI Native Command Queuing for increased performance, matrix RAID for two RAID volumes on a single array, and an improved user interface for enhanced usability. This is the software that enables Intel Matrix Storage Technology.

Latest Reviews

natong

natong reviewed v8.9.0.1023 on Oct 1, 2011

Name changed to Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

Lastest is 6/8/2011

10.?6.?0.?1022

Tenoq

Tenoq reviewed v8.9.0.1023 on Dec 4, 2009

Did it occur to you there is a significant price difference because RAID is more expensive to implement and support? *facepalm*

If you wanted AHCI, you should have bought a board with ICH*R. You cheaped out though, and got what you paid for. And it's not like Intel isn't known for crippling its products deliberately (VT, for example? :P)

smarterthanyou

smarterthanyou reviewed v7.6.0.1011 on Aug 8, 2007

Still no AHCI support for ICH9 base chipset. Intel needs to stop making end users pay through the nose just to get a feature (AHCI) that should be available on all Core 2 motherboards ever released. There is a significant price difference between motherboards using a ICH9 base chipset and motherboards using the ICH9R chipset.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (17 votes)
Your Rating
natong

natong reviewed v8.9.0.1023 on Oct 1, 2011

Name changed to Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

Lastest is 6/8/2011

10.?6.?0.?1022

Tenoq

Tenoq reviewed v8.9.0.1023 on Dec 4, 2009

Did it occur to you there is a significant price difference because RAID is more expensive to implement and support? *facepalm*

If you wanted AHCI, you should have bought a board with ICH*R. You cheaped out though, and got what you paid for. And it's not like Intel isn't known for crippling its products deliberately (VT, for example? :P)

smarterthanyou

smarterthanyou reviewed v7.6.0.1011 on Aug 8, 2007

Still no AHCI support for ICH9 base chipset. Intel needs to stop making end users pay through the nose just to get a feature (AHCI) that should be available on all Core 2 motherboards ever released. There is a significant price difference between motherboards using a ICH9 base chipset and motherboards using the ICH9R chipset.

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