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As for a "special way to do it" there are some things you can do, such as moving the program files folder, but some people seem to say that messes up their installation.
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thanks guys!

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Originally Posted by maximus20895 View Post
You also lose TRIM if you are in SATA6G. SSD's also have something similar to TRIM which is called garbage collect..it will be enabled regardless.
To be clear, not all SSDs have garbage collection. In fact, you don't want GC if you have TRIM as it waste write cycles.

In his case, SandForce does have GC.
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