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No there is trim support for the SSD... just as long as the SSD is NOT in RAID mode with another SSD... THEN you will lose trim support...

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I just looked in to this and you are right. So I will have TRIM but how much performance would I lose without AHCI mode?
    
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In all reality you probably wont notice any difference between the AHCI mode and Raid mode. I was torn between using my SSD in RAID mode or AHCI and wound up just running it in AHCI because it was just more compatible and more reliable for my SSD. In the end I wound up installing the intel storage manager and building the raid across my two samsung F3 drives that way. All works great and stable. Good Luck
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Not sure to be honest... but my guess it would be minor if any loss of performance...I have bee prowling this sections of the forums of late... I am going with a SB build and have a vertex3 as a boot drive...two intel 80gb SSDs in raid0 for games... two F3s in raid0 and a F4 for backup storage... at least that is the plan...*laughs*... I will have all but one sata port in use by my mobo...

Plan to use my marvel controller ports for the dvd burner drive and backup storage... the sata 2 ports for the two raids arrays and the vertex3 on the sata3 port


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Yeah I figured. I will be setting up my SSD tomorrow and I will throw the RAID on the 3GB/s ports and put the SSD on the 6GB/s ports. Then I can disable the Marvell controller again. Thanks for helping me out!
    
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