Preliminary notes: Many AHCI and RAID users are unsure or don't even know, which AHCI/RAID driver will give them the best results regarding stabilty and performance. They either don't have the time or are not interested to do intensive tests comparing the different types and versions of the available AHCI/RAID drivers, which are or may be suitable for their system.
It is a fact, that there are no drivers available, which will be optimal for everyone. Simple reason: Each system (Hardware + Software) is different and the preferences of the users as well.
This makes it very problematic to give any recommendation regarding the choice of the AHCI/RAID driver. Nevertheless I started this thread with the intention to help unsure users to find 'the needle in the hay'. How to get AHCI/RAID/NVMe drivers installed: There are at least 2 different ways to change the driver of an AHCI/RAID/NVMe Controller: a) by running an associated installer (= *.exe file) or b) manually from within the Device Manager (this is the method I prefer). Notes regarding the manual installation: • The related AHCI/RAID/NVMe Controllers can be found either within the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers' or within the 'Storage Controllers' section of the Device Manager (don't try to update the driver of any device, which is listed within the 'Disk drives' section!). • If you are unsure, which of the listed Controllers is the one, whose driver you want to update, check the HardwareIDs of all listed Controllers (right-click onto it >'Properties' >'Details' >'Property' >'HardwareIDs'). Dell 2330dn Windows 10 Driver.