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    Question TRIM Command

    HI,
    does RunCore Pro IV 1.8" 5mm PATA Zif SSD support TRIM Command? See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRIM_(SSD_command)
    thanks
    Last edited by slace; 11-13-2009 at 03:25 AM. Reason: Link to wiki

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    Default Re: TRIM Command

    Quote Originally Posted by slace View Post
    HI,
    does RunCore Pro IV 1.8" 5mm PATA Zif SSD support TRIM Command? See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRIM_(SSD_command)
    thanks
    yes all our products support trim but you need install windows 7 originally without any other software help like acronis or ghost etc.

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    Default Re: TRIM Command

    Quote Originally Posted by RunCore Tech_Support View Post
    yes all our products support trim but you need install windows 7 originally without any other software help like acronis or ghost etc.

    Thanks for your answer!

    So I suppose my steps must be:
    1. Purchase of RunCore Pro IV 1.8" 5mm PATA Zif Solid State Drive SSD
    2. Deleting all software from new Runcore SSD
    3. Purchase of Windows 7 OS full version FPP box (no upgrade FPP?)
    4. Install Windows 7 on RunCore SSD

    This way then I should have SSD which would be still fast even after long time of usage? Or I am wrong?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: TRIM Command

    Quote Originally Posted by RunCore Tech_Support View Post
    yes all our products support trim but you need install windows 7 ...
    There are rumours that SSDs with Indilixin controllers eventually do _not_ support the Win 7 trim command as long as they are on firmware 1571. As you can read in several threads Win 7 compatible trim support would be implemented in firmware 1819, for 1571 a manual trim with wiper.exe would be necessary from time to time to maintain full performance.

    No big problem in my eyes, but customers should have a instruction wether or not to use wiper.exe on a lets say weekly basis.

    Whats the statement of Runcore?

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