SSD Trim with RAID0 Storage? Tags: SSD Storage NAS / RAID Last response: July 17, 2012 7:18 PM in Storage Share bubblyhobo15 July 17, 2012 5:39:09 PM I need to know if you can have an SSD running with Trim, and then have a Raid 0 stripped array for storage? More about : ssd trim raid0 storage itzdanielp a b G Storage July 17, 2012 5:54:00 PM Yes, that is certainly possible. Although, generally RAID0 is not good for storage, because if 1 disk fails or corrupts you lose everything. You would need to use 2 separate controllers, or have a controller that can assign a RAID to only specific drives. What MB do you have? Pinhedd a b G Storage July 17, 2012 7:09:44 PM No it is not. TRIM does not work properly when SSDs are put in RAID-0. Certain software RAID solutions may support TRIM in RAID-0 but very few if any hardware solutions support it. Intel's RST and RSTe controllers do not yet support it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer itzdanielp a b G Storage July 17, 2012 7:18:45 PM If you re-read the OP... Have an SSD *and* a RAID for storage. It's pretty common to have an SSD boot drive, and then 1 or multiple disks for storage. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumRaid0 trim ssd , confused ForumDoes my system support SSD RAID0 TRIM ? ForumHow can I use TRIM in an SSD RAID0 setup ForumSSD boot drive & RAID-0 Storage setup ForumHD storage overrides SSD raid0 in bios ForumSSD , raid 0 and TRIM Advice ForumSSD raid and Trim question ForumHow to enable TRIM in Raid mode - SSD not part of the RAID Array? ForumIntel SSD 's in RAID 0 and using TRIM ForumOne 256GB SSD or 2 X 120GB RAID0 SSD ? ForumHow to RAID0 SSD software RAID ForumSsd raid0 or trim ? Forum4tb hdd is being read as 2tb hdd ForumUpgrading SSD ForumWhat SSD for BF3 and OS? ForumNew SSD upto 128gb (6gb Sata) ForumCorsair SSD Force Series 3 Slow Problem ForumLow end home storage: Gigabit vs. USB 3 Desktop vs. USB 3 Portable Forum[Solved] Is it worth upgrading to an SSD with a sata II mobo? Forum[Solved] SSD + hardrive More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !