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TRIM with CCleaner?

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I have three questions regarding TRIMming my SSD Raid array.

In the post "TRIM Requirements" on 2/28/10 ENTERPRISE writes:

"TRIM however can be replicated be cleaning all free space with an application such as CCLEANER or doing the Tony Trim method."

Am I right in assuming it is the Free Space Only option in the Drive Wiper tool in CCleaner that should be used?

Will this be as good as Trim?

Will this give any bad side effects that Trim doesn't give?
post #2 of 5
http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=22055

That should answer your questions.
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hahaha...good read but its from 2009...so is it still relevant?

best quote from that read...
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Secure Erase is not selective and can not be set to TRIM, or process only free space. It eliminates everything like a tornado in a trailer park.


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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

hahaha...good read but its from 2009...so is it still relevant?

best quote from that read...
Quote:
Secure Erase is not selective and can not be set to TRIM, or process only free space. It eliminates everything like a tornado in a trailer park.


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HAH!

Yes, it may be old information but it's still relevant, as far as I know. I'm not really an SSD guru though. I'm avoiding them until I get the word on their true longevity.
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Thanks for the answer.

[But I should have preferred a yes / no answer :-) ]
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