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P128 - No TRIM in Crystal Disk Info


Schnulla

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Hi,

 

I just installed Windows 7 Professional on a fresh Corsair P128 SSD.

First of all... wooow the speed is amazing :) Shutdown takes 1 second,

startup (after BIOS stuff is finished) takes 7 seconds.

 

But back to topic:

Crystal Disk Infos shows that the TRIM command is NOT supported?

 

Please take a look at the attached screenshot.

 

I thought Windows 7 supports the TRIM command, so why is it greyed out? :confused:

 

Thank you!

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Thanks! I read the thread and I guess the important information was...

 

"Samsung is working with Microsoft to ratify their version of

firmware and Trim support"

 

..., right?

 

I'm sorry, what exactly does that mean, is the TRIM command currently

not supported in firmware VBM18C1Q or is Windows 7 currently not

aware of the TRIM support in that firmware?

 

First case would mean we should update the firmware in the near future :sigh!:

Second case would mean we just have to wait for a Windows 7 update :biggrin:

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First case would mean we should update the firmware in the near future :sigh!:

Second case would mean we just have to wait for a Windows 7 update :biggrin:

 

We are waiting on a Drive/Firmware update. Windows 7 supports TRIM fine, the Indilinx based drives already support/use it.

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We will post it here in the forum as soon as there is any updated information but at this time Trim in Beta version of Windows 7 is not supported. There should be some updates to this when Windows 7 is officially announced.
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Yes I have that version as well but there is no update and I do not expect one for sometime yet. Till at least October or November.

There should be some updates to this when Windows 7 is officially announced
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For the record I have the Extreme series disc - model CMFSSD-128D1.

 

I am running this with Windows 7 RTM 64 bit and CrystalDiskInfo reports that the SSD is correctly recognised by Windows 7 and Trim is supported. I believe that this SSD has the Indilinx controller mentioned earlier in this thread by Userabc.

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I do not expect Microsoft's version of Trim to be fully supported till sometime next year. As I have stated Microsoft and all of the SSD Manufacturers are working on that so it will just take some more time to get it all worked out.
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