SSD Drives that Support DRAT - no help.

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SSD Drives that Support DRAT - no help.

Postby TeraByte Support » Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:52 pm

A question was sent to a few SSD drive manufacturers in April to ask if they
would provide a list of their drives models that support DRAT. The
following is a summary of their answers:

SanDisk - "Unfortunately we don't publish this information for any of our
Retail or Channel SSD's"

Crucial - "Our MX 300 SSD drives support this type of trim command from what
our Tech support states."

Samsung - No response.

So most are no help.




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Re: SSD Drives that Support DRAT - no help.

Postby Brian K » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:56 pm

Perhaps members can report their SSDs.

We have several Intel 520, 530, 535
All support DRAT.

SanDisk Solid State Drive 128 GiB, supports DRAT

SanDisk SSD Plus Solid State Drive 240 GiB, does not support DRAT
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Re: SSD Drives that Support DRAT - no help.

Postby giulia » Wed Sep 20, 2017 11:13 am

TeraByte Support wrote:
> A question was sent to a few SSD drive manufacturers in April to ask if
> they
> would provide a list of their drives models that support DRAT. The
> following is a summary of their answers:
>
> SanDisk - "Unfortunately we don't publish this information for any of our
> Retail or Channel SSD's"
>
> Crucial - "Our MX 300 SSD drives support this type of trim command from
> what
> our Tech support states."
>
> Samsung - No response.
>
> So most are no help.
hi
but the mx is the old version
they are replaced by the BX line
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