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Old 10-27-2009, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default Intel's 34nm TRIM Firmware & SSD Toolbox

Few people would argue that the solid-state drive is one of the best types of storage ever created, but there have been certain downsides up to this point. Aside from general pricing, eventual slowdowns caused some to think twice about a purchase. But, TRIM, along with Windows 7, is here, and the problem is (almost) a thing of the past.

You can see the results of our TRIM testing and analysis here and discuss it here.
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