This is what AnandTech has to say about trim:http://www.anandtech.com/show/2738/10
It's more than one article from 2009..it's the lifespan, how it's matured, and what it means in the end. So if nothing is wrong at all, I should just run TRIM? Even on my perfectly fine non-TRIM drives that are still fine? I'm being a bit stand-off'ish I know, but I run a lot of these drives, have experience in them, and they're fine if you don't fill them up and push capacity barriers like you do a spindle. Simple SSD's with dumb controllers simply leave trash behind, TRIM marks these for the OS to be written to. Yes, Win7 and TRIM takes this out of the equation, but it's just defrag/chkdsk /f commands IMO. You just notice them more on a snappy drive and muck it up. When a Ferrari with a hitch has a 15' Winnebago in tow, you're going to notice that this isn't it's intent. With a 60G drive, don't stuff it with non-compressible documents.http://www.anandtech.com/show/4159/ocz- ... 2500-ssd/2
And read more than just one page. It's like wikipedia where you click, and click, and click to get a better picture.
I should have bought a SSD instead of a airsoft gun...damn.
Same as paintball I assume. All hobbies have a price plan it seems, and never stops at just one component. We've got a huge weekend and I'm scrambling to find a mask finally. I can get the greatest gear out there, but when I can't see 2 minutes in...it all fails. I'll trade you 2 SSD's for one good mask!