I have tried many different RAID drivers to try and fix this problem including the one that comes over windows update, and 3 different versions of the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology driver (interestingly version 184.108.40.2063, which is on my mobo's website, causes my computer to crash on the windows loading screen).
I have also tried flashing my BIOS to the latest version but still with no luck. My SSD's Firmware came with version 2.22 which is the latest version.
Both scores are very load. The agility III should have an overall AS SSD score in around the Mid 400's. And just as a side comment, they DO NOT score any better when on SATA III port, so they are a good choice for a SATA II port UNLESS planning on Upgrqading the MB.
One - do not need "raid" drivers. Unless you have a pair of HDDs setup in raild 0 or 1. Intel driver prior to ver 9.5 is a rather poor SSD driver.
After I read the manual, I think maybe you connect the SSD to the SATAII 0 port (orange) or SATAII 1 port (white), which is from silicom image. If yes, you need to connect to the intel SATA 1-5 ports (red).
Yes your both scores are very low, and the RST driver will not help either. Most time like the intel and msft AHCI driver can do the good job, and 3rd party drivers don't.
By the way if you want to use the toolbox from OCZ, you can't install the intel RST because it isn't compatiable with intel RST, it only works under msahci driver.