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Originally Posted by [USRFObiwan]So much money for a 3cm x 6cm strip of electronics inside a large empty box....
Originally Posted by BlacksharkWell, that and the photo showing that a 250Gb SSD fits in only a third the space of a standard 2.5 inch drive area!
Originally Posted by toolio20Whoa whoa whoa, wait...what TRIM "command" is the author referring to on the second page? I thought TRIM ran somewhat automatically, cued up when files are permanently deleted...some clarification would be greatly appreciated!
Originally Posted by AcanuckNot to be a grammar Nazi or anything, but the sentence:
"first allowing five restarts to allow Windows 7 to get it's caching together"
under the BootRacer section, should read
"first allowing five restarts to allow Windows 7 to get its caching together."
Originally Posted by Harlequinyou can force windows to run TRIM, just as using SSDTweaker can disable it -which is exactly what was written on page 2
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