Quote: Originally Posted by AirPower4ever
No, does not cause me any problems. Maybe I am just getting old but when the releases come out I got to go and update all the computers. Just trying to give myself some more breathing room to do other things.
There's no need to fix what's not broken.
I'm still using 10.1.0.1008. In fact, any newer version I try gives me inferior performance for my particular motherboard and SSDs, so this tells me that I'm using the best version of Intel RST for me.
I'm also still using an older version for many other things, not just drivers
. My reason is again, don't fix what's not broken. Yes, I sometimes try the newer versions and sometimes I stick with them if I like the changes, but other times the changes don't benefit me so I stay with the older ones. Other times, as in the case with newer versions of Intel's RST, the newer versions are inferior for me.
So, there's no harm in using old "outdated" drivers.