Ah, ok.One last question (hopefully!), when I go to GIGABYTE's Web site and visit the page for the GA-X79-UD3, if I go to "Support & Downloads" and select "Download type" as "driver" and the OS as Windows 8 64-bit, there is a Hot fix that needs to be installed if I install the RST drivers instead of the RSTe drivers. What is this Hot fix? Why isn't it shown if I select Windows 7 64-bit as the OS?Secondly, with Windows 8 64-bit as the OS selected, there is a download named:Intel SATA Preinstall driver(For AHCI / RAID Mode)Note: Press F6 during Windows setup to read from floppyWhat is this? Does Windows 8 not come with AHCI drivers?Lastly, the RST drivers shown for my motherboard on GIGABYTE's Web site are not the latest ones. Will there be a problem if I install the latest ones from Intel's Web site? Will I also have to install that Hot fix from GIGABYTE's Web site for Windows 8 or is it only compatible with the RST driver version provided on GIGABYTE's Web site?