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    Intel Releases New BETA Rapid Storage Technology Drivers

    seems RAID 0 SSD rigs are booting faster with this, it looks like it supports trim on a raid 0 setup at last.

    http://thessdreview.com/technology/i...ology-drivers/

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    Re: Intel Releases New BETA Rapid Storage Technology Drivers

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