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Trim Enabler verzorgt Trim Ondersteuning voor niet-Apple SSDs

Trim Enabler verzorgt Trim Ondersteuning voor niet-Apple SSDs

Posted January 27, 2012 at 3:17am by iClarified · 14309 views
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Trim Enabler 2.0 is uitgebracht en brengt Trim support en S.M.A.R.T. monitoring naar Macs met niet-Apple Solid state drives.

Trim
Trim Enabler zorgt ervoor dat ook niet door Apple voorgeïnstalleerde SSD's Trim ondersteuning krijgen. Trim zorgt ervoor dat het besturingssysteem op de achtergrond aan de SSD doorgeeft als je bestanden verwijdert zodat de SSD deze ruimte opnieuw kan gebruiken om data op op te slaan. Hierdoor blijft de SSD sneller bij het wegschrijven van data naar de SSD.

S.M.A.R.T
Trim Enabler zorgt er ook voor dat je het S.M.A.R.T. systeem in de SSD kun inzien waardoor je meer inzicht krijgt in de gezondheid van de SSD. SSD's blijven niet eeuwig goed maar door middel van het S.M.A.R.T. kun je in de gaten houden wat de status is van de SSD.

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TH
TH - January 27, 2012 at 12:10pm
Just read Anandtech's article instead. They know what they're talking about - http://www.anandtech.com/show/5453/trim-enabler-20-for-os-x-lion-released
Enrique segre
Enrique segre - January 27, 2012 at 12:20pm
You are right and I quote him As always, use such utilities at your own risk. Especially SandForce based SSDs have had problems with TRIM in OS X and it’s generally not recommended to enable TRIM with them--plus the built-in garbage collection in SF SSDs is fairly effective. I would recommend force-enabling TRIM in OS X only if you do something disk intensive where performance matters, and only if you have an SSD where idle garbage collection is proving insufficient; otherwise you most likely won’t notice the change in performance and you run the risk of unintended consequences. On the other hand, TRIM Enabler makes disabling TRIM as easy as enabling it, so giving TRIM a try shouldn't hurt anything. Moreover, you can always enable TRIM later on if you experience poor performance, and even disable it right after it has TRIM’ed the empty blocks in case TRIM causes problems with your SSD.   TRIM Enabler 2.0 can be downloaded here!
Erik Valrone
Erik Valrone - January 27, 2012 at 11:18am
Don't his this shiit if you don't whant to kill your ssd !!!
enrique segre
enrique segre - January 27, 2012 at 4:50am
here is what OWC has to say about trim If you have an OWC SSD, though, you don’t need TRIM. The SandForce controller in our SSDs takes care of this “garbage collection” as well as performs various other tasks that keep your drive running at optimal speed, without the drop-off that you see with other brands. Especially note page two of this performance testing expert’s report where he feels so strongly about TRIM’s inefficiency that he calls call it “half-baked”…and that’s the kid friendly version of the phrase. In fact, enabling TRIM could actually hurt the performance and reliability of your OWC SSD, rather than help it. As OWC customer Scott Gosling recently said in an email to us,
Kroo
Kroo - January 27, 2012 at 6:55am
Totally agree. Any third party SSD manufactured has algorithmic TRIM built in by the manufacturer. I would not recommend using a third party TRIM tool WITHOUT consulting the maker first. Why do blogs keep recommending this?
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