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What happens if I execute fstrim for a HDD instead of SSD?

Sorry for my not so good English. I'm preparing a Xubuntu 12.04 Clonezilla image for rapid deployment to new PCs in my company. PCs we are buying may have either HDD or SSD drives. My boss requested ...
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TRIM on hdd windows 7

I recently bought a ssd and I wanted to check for TRIM support. Upon running the command fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify in cmd it resulted in 0 (trim is enabled). However, I ran this ...
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TRIM for SSD — Is is really that good?

I'm a newbie to SSDs and nearly complete beginner to TRIM, so this may sound a little bit dumb. I found many articles (for example this one) and even more Internet sources that claims, that "TRIM ...
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Is there a way to determine if TRIM is why my HD is slow?

I have a computer with RAID1 SSDs, but the performance I'm getting out of them is really bad (around 20MB/sec sequential read). They don't have TRIM enabled since it's an old Linux kernel, so before I ...
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Intel SSD Toolbox options are disabled for SSD when Intel Firmware update works fine

I configured my BIOS to use JBOD instead of RAID because RAID does not support TRIM for SSDs. My laptop BIOS does not have any option for SMART or AHCI, it's just JBOD or RAID0 or RAID1. Bootable ...
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Is disk Format equivalent to TRIM on all blocks of SSD

I wonder what happens to SSD disk if I format it in Windows. Does it replace old data with new data or tells it to erase data just like TRIM command without filling anything instead ? I want to use ...
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Does Intel 320 SSD require TRIM?

My computer does not recognize Intel 320 SSD drive as SSD (Intel utility does not allow to TRIM it or read SMART data from it), but I can install and use it like any other drive. I've read that some ...
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What is TRIM exactly?

From the Wikipedia page of TRIM I get the impression that TRIM was introduced to lower the writes to a SSD, but letter the file system taking case of which blocks are unused. If that is correct, does ...
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How badly do SSDs degrade without TRIM?

SSDs have been out for a few years, and have seen all kinds of usage patterns. Windows and Linux support the TRIM command, with Mac OS still trailing behind here. Update (2011): It appears OSX Snow ...