#1 SSD on SATA 3.0 by kyl 03.08.2018 20:27

Hello,

is there anyone using an ssd + trim in a pc with SATA 3.0?
is it true that the whole system freezes when the os is trimming the ssd? (because of the lack of queued trim support, SATA 3.1+)

i'm just curious because i have sata 3.0 and a dying hdd

#2 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by Fernando 03.08.2018 21:57

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@kyl:
I have used a lot of different SSDs for a quite long time and never had any freezing while trimming them.

#3 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by kyl 04.08.2018 03:38

Thanks

On a SATA 3.0 pc?
Because it should stop any read/write operation to trim the SSD according to 3.0 specs ?? Unless recent SSDs have a workaround/own solution for that when the sata version is 3.0 or just to increase performance on any sata revision.

#4 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by Lost_N_BIOS 04.08.2018 07:07

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What is your SSD, and are you on the latest FW? What operating system are you using too? Some older SSD maybe only use garbage collection, or older OS, which can freeze a little sometimes. Same applies with some FW, some older firmware had freezing issues on certain SSD's

#5 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by kyl 04.08.2018 10:40

samsung 860 pro
windows 10 and arch
this is an old laptop (Q2 2011)

afaik there are no updates for this SSD

#6 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by Fernando 04.08.2018 10:41

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Zitat von kyl im Beitrag #3
On a SATA 3.0 pc?
What is a SATA 3.0 PC?
According to my knowledge all modern PCs do support the SATA Revision 3.x (6 Gb/s / SATA 600) specification.

#7 RE: SSD on SATA 3.0 by kyl 04.08.2018 10:54

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #6
Zitat von kyl im Beitrag #3
On a SATA 3.0 pc?
What is a SATA 3.0 PC?
According to my knowledge all modern PCs do support the SATA Revision 3.x (6 Gb/s / SATA 600) specification.



i mean a pc that only supports SATA rev 3.0 specification
modern pcs should have SATA 3.2 / 3.3

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