Is AHCI & AHCI/raid same mode or differant Tags: SSD NAS / RAID Support Storage Last response: June 3, 2010 9:50 PM in Storage Share Brian 1 June 3, 2010 12:40:01 PM Hello, Do you have to use ahci for trim support to work More about : ahci ahci raid mode differant foscooter a c 97 G Storage June 3, 2010 9:50:28 PM On a Windows 7 based system, yes. TRIM is part of/works for Windows 7 (in simple laymens terms). However, TRIM will not work in any RAID array. It will be there, but won't be optimizing the SSD in any RAID array. There are lots of other threads about TRIM & RAID. But yes, set BIOS to ACHI for SSD's. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAHCI and RAID ForumSSD and SATA fake-RAID combo - no AHCI ForumAhci versus raid in Windows 8 bios/HP p7 1414 ForumSwitched to AHCI from RAID0, Recoverable? ForumAHCI bluesreen startup ForumEmachine EL1300G SATA/ AHCI driver needed ForumShould ssd be set to ahci or ide ForumShould ssd be set to ahci or ide ForumSSD uses AHCI , HDD uses IDE and the BIOS won't recognise either drive ForumSSD uses AHCI , HDD uses IDE and the BIOS won't recognise either drive ForumFrom IDE to AHCI ForumWindows 7 SSD AHCI mode - HELP! ForumAHCI port0 device error ForumRaid 0 in Windows 7 without AHCI set in registry ForumRunning SSD without AHCI ? ForumFujitsu V6515 Ahci bios ForumAhci ForumCan motherboards run separate SATA ports on different modes? IDE/ AHCI ForumNative AHCI support in BIOS for HDD ForumDifference between IDE and AHCI ? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !