Tag Archives: ITGC

TRIMcheck: Does Your SSD Really have TRIM Working?

The question of whether TRIM is working, and working correctly, remains to be one of the most active SSD discussions to date. What started out as a Forum thread identifying a free new software that allows the SSD user to determine if TRIM is working, has grown to a full fledged working group where new members and our ‘in house …

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Garbage Collection and TRIM in SSDs Explained – An SSD Primer

‘Garbage Collection in SSDs’ is a contributed article that was submitted by LSI and authored by Kent Smith, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Flash Components Division, LSI Corporation. It’s importance cannot be understated for anyone venturing into today’s world of SSDs. Garbage collection (GC) is a fundamental process with all solid state drives (SSDs), but it can be implemented in …

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Silicon Power Announces Ultra Fast 2.5” SATA SSD, The E20 ~ A New Prospect in Computer Storage

NEW SSD MANUFACTURER RELEASE . Leading flash memory manufacturer, Silicon Power today unleashes their new 2.5 SATA solid state drive (SSD) ~ E20, a new prospect in computer storage! . . . . The new E20 challenges SSD limitations with uniquely developed technology to boost read speeds up to 250MB/s and write speeds up to 230MB/s, both data transfer rates surpass the major SSD …

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