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I currently have my X64 ssd drives configured in Raid 0. I know Trim does not work in Raid. However I may reconfigure my setup and have the drives in a non raid setup. I do have FW 2.0 drives. My question is, if I have Win7 OS on one, another ssd for programs, another ssd for games, will Trim work on all 3 drives?
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This is a followup. I reconfigured my system to have my ssd drives as individial drives instead of raid 0. I secure erased the drives first. Created a partition on the main OS drive,then installed Win7, after that I did the registry change for AHCI, restarted and enabled AHCI in the bios. Booted up fine and has been running great so far.Then installed the other 2 ssd drives. I know I lose a little performance not running raid 0, but I rather be able to take advantage of Trim. Now I have 1 drive for the OS, 1 for programs and 1 for games. I also have a regular hdd for temp files, page file and for storage. I have had these X64 drives for close to a year now and had not one issue with them at all. Totally happy with them.
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  • 2 weeks later...
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Any application that shows the drive health information on our SSD drives will not be accurate we have not enabled support for that in our firmware. I have posted that many times. I suspect one some drives it may show good health most it will show bad or wrong information.
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