Hi there. I recently installed an Samsung EVO 850 250GB SSD and so far the performance seems to be lacking. I'm using a dual drive setup, with the stock 750gb Toshiba, and the Samsung. My friend suggested to do a fusion drive kind of setup. I want to check to see if I'm actually using a fusion drive setup, or if I'm just using a core storage volume. I also installed TRIM enabler in order to enable the 3rd party TRIM support. I'm also running FileVault. Is there any way to check if i'm using fusion drive vs core storage volume? Its been a few days since I've done the clean install, and from what my friend told me, CSV and Fusion Drive both make it so it puts things on the SSD that you use most. Is this true? I guess I'm just trying to get a full understanding of all of this. I also tried playing Leauge and it ran a hell of a lot more awfully than previous to the install. All of the settings are exact same video wise, I even went down in graphics settings and it was still awful. I doubt this is due to the hard drives, but what could be causing this after a recent fresh install?