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SSD-Z: Information tool for Solid State Drives and other disk devices

Discussion in 'SSD-Z' started by Aezay, Feb 26, 2015.

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    you might only be slowly updating this, but slow progress is good progress :D
     
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    Some of you might have noticed the site upgrading to HTTPS, that meant SSD-Z needed a little upgrade to HTTPS too for the submission feature to remain working.

    SSD-Z Download & Changelog
     
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    to bad not fully functional on RAID

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    I like this, and everything works except NVMe support. Keep improving it and this will be another great -Z tool...
     
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    Please add a support for SSD GOODRAM CX 200 series in the next beta version.
    And thank you for good program!
     
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    Unfortunately, the GOODRAM CX200 does not have a unique name to identify it by. The SSD is simply showing as "GOODRAM" and can thus not easily be identified from other GOODRAM SSD models, which are also simply named "GOODRAM". Silicon Power, another SSD manufacturer, does the exact same thing.

    The GOODRAM CX200 is using a Phison PS3110-S10 controller, and has 15nm Toshiba TLC NAND.
     
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    This is probably beyond the scope of this particular program, but even so, i hope it doesn't hurt requesting it anyway :)

    There are many SSDs that come with a crappy software, bells and whistles aplenty but zero functionality. Have thus far had three different SSDs whose software didn't allow for a manual, on demand trim function. In newer windows that's a non issue, we have 'Optimize drives', but in Windows 7.. it is.
    What non brand-exclusive software exists out there is also lacking the above QoL feature. Would be nice if you could add it in.
     

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