yeah I read the AnandTech article, it proved that TRIM works, my problem is that I don't know how to do it haha.
there he says: " I set up a Z77 testbed using Intel's DZ77GA-70K motherboard. I configured the board for RAID operation and installed Windows 7 SP1 to a single boot SSD. I then took two Samsung SSD 830s and created a 128GB RAID-0 array (64GB + 64GB)."
It seems that he installed Intel's drives that allow trim in one ssd then made a raid 0 array using 2 samsung 830.
1. I already have windows installed in a raid 0 array using 2 ssds, so if I install Intel's RST drive that enables trim on my raid 0 array which has windows installed on it, will trim work?
2. must I have windows already installed to 1 ssd with the RST drives installed on it and then I have to create a raid 0 array using 2 other ssds to get trim to work?
I ll try this first option once I get home to see if that works, how can I test if trim is working properly?