A lot of tutorials says to use noatime on fstab when you have an SSD, but for me seems the relatime will works nicely.
Add the "noatime" (or "relatime") mount option in /etc/fstab, to disable (or significantly reduce) disk writes whenever a file is read. Please note that since Linux kernel 2.6.30, "relatime" is the default. This improves filesystem read performance for both SSDs and HDDs.
source: Debian SSD Optimization
The other option, noatime, tells the filesystem to not keep track of last accessed times – just last modified times. This can reduce wear and tear on your SSD, because there are many files that you access while you use your computer but there are far fewer files that you’ll end up modifying.
Will it work fine? Will it be better? I'll have any problem with this setting?