humm ok, i thought i also read somewhere that some new driver or something enabled that?No it isn't. That was misinformation.
As far as i know Intel released a RAID driver that supports TRIM. If someone knows for certain otherwise please provide corroberating links.thanks AKG, much appreciated info (me being an SSD newb :thumb: )
but now thats temping me into the SSDNow V gen2 for my first SSD. althought might still wait a week or 2 befor i buy unless i find a realy dam good deal on a 64 or 80 gig drive.
From another Trim/Raid thread on this very board:
The latest: Intel® RST 9.6 will be released this week which includes TRIM support for SSDs. It will support TRIM with SSDs in an AHCI configuration, or with the RAID controller enabled and the SSD is used as a pass through device. An example of this use case is for users that want to use the SSD as a boot drive but still be able to RAID multiple HDDs together to allow for large protect data storage – a great use for the home theater PC. TRIM support for SSDs in a RAID configuration is under investigation and is not included in Intel® RST 9.6.
So it will allow TRIM on a SSD alongside a HDD RAID setup, but will not pass TRIM to a RAIDed SSD combo.