Ssd samsung series 840 to trim o not to trim

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  1. gianlucadr macrumors newbie

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    Does anyone have this model? Samsung MZ-7TD250BW
    Do i need to activate TRIM? I'm so confused about TRIM... for 830 series someone suggests to activate it... is the garbage collection in 840 enough? Thanks
     
  2. Orlandoech macrumors 68040

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  3. gianlucadr thread starter macrumors newbie

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  4. Rhinoevans macrumors 6502

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    How is the 840? On newegg today for $139 (250G). I have the 830
     
  5. Tenashus1 macrumors 6502

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    From what I've been reading lately, the 830 is closer to the performance of the 840 Pro which is more advanced than the 840. Stay with your 830 in my view.
     
  6. Justinhub2003 macrumors regular

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    I have the Samsung 840 500GB SSD. Which is faster than the 250gb and smaller.

    Sure its not as fast as the 830 and the 840 Pro but its also cheaper too.

    The 840 replaced my Crucial M4 and its been faster than the M4 in write speeds and on par with read speeds.


    I paid 369$ on sale for it and I am really happy with my purchase.


    PS I enabled TRIM.
     

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  7. gianlucadr thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I have a macbookpro mid 2009 with snow, and for me is the best choice, cheap and fast enough.

    With trim enabler or chameleon?
     
  8. paul-n macrumors regular

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    TRIM should be enabled on Samsung SSD, I read this on Giga. Samsung VP told that TRIM is important for efficient performance.
     

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