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Intel to add TRIM support for RAID 0

Posted on Friday, November 18 2011 @ 21:32:35 CET by

Storage Review reports Intel is developing TRIM support for solid state disks in RAID 0 configuration. The feature will be introduced in Intel's RST (Rapid Storage Technology) 11.5 update.
Exciting news for anyone currently using their new SSD in RAID0! Intel will finally be bringing TRIM support. Currently the only way for TRIM to function on an SSD is to operate in AHCI mode. This means that drives in high-performance arrays such as RAID0 lose the NAND cleaning benefits which could decrease speeds as time goes on or as the drives fill up. Intel has stated that current RST versions don't yet support TRIM, but it will be unveiling it with RST 11.5.



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