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Can you link that sticky on the OCZ forums?
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Well I think I might have found the answer. It looks like the native SATA chipset on my board doesn't actually support AHCI, only the secondary Jmicron one does which is what I had set in the BIOS.

I guess I'll just have to deal with it. My last question is how will this affect my drive when I do upgrade to a MB that supports AHCI and TRIM natively? I'm going to upgrade to SB when it is rereleased but I don't wanna shoot myself in the foot and degrade the performance of my drive to an unusable point before I can get it on a chipset that supports TRIM. Is there anyway to I guess... revive it when I do upgrade?
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i5 2500k @ 4.54Ghz Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 EVGA GTX 460 1GB 2x4GB G. Skill Ripjaws X 1333Mhz CL7 
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Crucial C300 128GB & Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB Windows 7 Home 64 bit Logitech G15 Corsair HX620 
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