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Thought it was just a command from windows...
And noticed this from another post from dukieho....

TRIM Requirements:
1) SSD controller that supports TRIM (Indilinx, Intel G2, SandForce, some Samsung, some JMicron)
2*) SATA controller that can pass the TRIM command (All SATA controllers)
3) Drivers that can pass the TRIM command (Microsoft, Intel... Adaptec is working on it)
4) OS that supports the TRIM command (Windows 7)

*A SATA/RAID controller not using Microsoft or Intel drivers means no TRIM support (AMD, NVIDIA, ATI, Realtek, etc).


This should answer the question meaning your controller is always going to support it because windows tells it to (correct me somebody just giving a simple answer) and then as another has stated the ssd has to be able to interpret the commands so it knows to use trim..hence why most people are saying windows does the trim has nothing to do with the controller..
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Thought it was just a command from windows...
And noticed this from another post from dukieho....

TRIM Requirements:
1) SSD controller that supports TRIM (Indilinx, Intel G2, SandForce, some Samsung, some JMicron)
2*) SATA controller that can pass the TRIM command (All SATA controllers)
3) Drivers that can pass the TRIM command (Microsoft, Intel... Adaptec is working on it)
4) OS that supports the TRIM command (Windows 7)

*A SATA/RAID controller not using Microsoft or Intel drivers means no TRIM support (AMD, NVIDIA, ATI, Realtek, etc).


This should answer the question meaning your controller is always going to support it because windows tells it to (correct me somebody just giving a simple answer) and then as another has stated the ssd has to be able to interpret the commands so it knows to use trim..hence why most people are saying windows does the trim has nothing to do with the controller..
It needs to be understood by the controller for it to use TRIM... Which as of right now, none do.
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post #23 of 25
Bump since I'm interested in one too.
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post #24 of 25
Upgrade (well sidegrade) to Sandy Bridge and use the two native SATA 6gbps ports. That's your only option at this time, assuming you only need 2 ports.
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