I have an Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard. The M.2 port supports 4 PCIe lane NVMe drives. I was looking to add a 16GB Optane memory module to my Samsung 840 EVO SSD to gain the lower latency Optane offers. The issue is that when I try and install the Optane memory driver I get an error stating that my motherboard doesn't have an Intel 200 series chipset required to install the driver. However, my X99 Deluxe does support Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST) inside the BiOS. My question is; is there something specific to the Intel 200 series and newer chipsets and this driver that optimizes the memory module better than just setting up the Optane memory module in RAID with my Samsung SSD through the RST sotware in my X99 Deluxe's BiOS? Will I get the same low latency performance that Optane offers if I set it up this way instead of through the normal driver and 200 series chipset? I don't want to waste my time if not and also I will need to format my OS drive to set things up in RAID and want to avoid doing that if I'm not going to get the full benefits.