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Is TRIM retroactive?

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I had a C300 on a marvell sata 3 controller which did not use TRIM. I now have the same drive on an Intel Sata 3 controller which does support TRIM. Does that mean that the proverbial garbage has been cleaned from the SSD or at least anything the onboard GC didn't clean up?
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Nothing to worry about bud. With the drive now on an Intel port you have trim and GC working for you.

Still have a c300 in my laptop, awesome drive.
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