OK! I will have to check with Samsung software tools or maybe other SSD software, but in general, Trim is not something you go and have to turn on, if the software and hardware supports it, then its on by default, right?
If you installed from scratch, probably. If you cloned a hard drive, probably not (think it depends on cloning software).
Got it, I did an install from scratch and i have the latest bios and ssd firmware versions, I will check my PC again as soon as I get home with some SSD benchmark tools, I just needed to know if it was like a BIOS setting that you actually had to go in and turn on! but thanks for clarifying that for me!
No Bios, Trim is strickly an OS function.
I got home today and checked Trim, it is enabled so I guess thats a good thing
I just wasting sure if it enables it self by default or if it was a software/bios feature that I had to do manually, but now I know