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Originally Posted by Hogwasher View Post
Oh well I had mine in ide mode and windows said trim was active, used cmd to find out.

But I don't know more then that about trim, so you are probably right.

Dont think trim is as important as we think. Been running two in raid0(no trim support in raid) for 8 months now and so no slow down
Windows will report it as on but that doesn't necessarily mean its actually working.
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To my knowledge, TRIM isn't supported in IDE, only in AHCI and RAID (but not if the drive is part of a RAID volume). Now that BGC has become much more aggressive, TRIM is no longer as necessary.
TRIM is not supported under all RAID controllers. The Intel controller is the only one that I know of that allows TRIM to be passed in RAID mode.
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Just an update since I noticed this thread is still kicking around. I ran ATTO yesterday and my speeds on the C300 have gone back up to normal (Maxing out around 260Mbps for sequential reads). I'm guessing that the C300 has got a pretty decent GC system because I am not using TRIM right now and I have gotten most (if not all) of my performance back.
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