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[title] Solid State Drive (SSD)/WIP (Almost done?done)
[* icon_caution] '''Some SSD's have Linux specific TRIM issues. While most SDD's haveimplement TRIM properly implemented, some SSD's havecorrectly, drives with known TRIM issues may have an issue that areis fatal in Linux. If you are considering a SSD with known issues, make sure the issue is not fatal to Linux users.'''
[* icon_note] Many Linux distros leavedo not enable TRIM disabled by default and requireautomatically. While the end user to enable it. Itprocedure is best to look at the documentationsimilar for themost distros, referring to distro specific distro you are using, as the steps to do this can varydocumentation is preferable. '''Note: The drive in the picture has [http://bit.ly/2fQNTH4|known issues]. Crucial never fixed these issues, so the features had to be blacklisted in kernel updates.'''
[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, these drivesthey are not viable if you are using the SSD as a primary drive. With that being said, these SSD's can be useful as dedicated OS drives. '''Tip: Most 256GB SSD's are cheap enough to produce that many SSD vendors no longer manufacture 128GB drives.'''
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are considered small, they are sufficient for OS storage and commonly used programs. While these drives can work as a primary drive, users withOS drives. If you do not have heavy local storage needs will needneeds, you may even be able to use one of these SSD's a largera primary drive. '''NoteTip: If you have largeheavy local storage needs, you will either needit is best to pair small SSD's like this with a large SSD or a dualhard drive configurationused for data storage.'''
[title] Solid State Drive (SSD)/WIP (Almost done?done)
[* icon_caution] '''Some SSD's have Linux specific TRIM issues. While most SDD's haveimplement TRIM properly implemented, some SSD's havecorrectly, drives with known TRIM issues may have an issue that areis fatal in Linux. If you are considering a SSD with known issues, make sure the issue is not fatal to Linux users.'''
[* icon_note] Many Linux distros leavedo not enable TRIM disabled by default and requireautomatically. While the end user to enable it. Itprocedure is best to look at the documentationsimilar for themost distros, referring to distro specific distro you are using, as the steps to do this can varydocumentation is preferable. '''Note: The drive in the picture has [http://bit.ly/2fQNTH4|known issues]. Crucial never fixed these issues, so the features had to be blacklisted in kernel updates.'''
[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, these drivesthey are not viable if you are using the SSD as a primary drive. With that being said, these SSD's can be useful as dedicated OS drives. '''Tip: Most 256GB SSD's are cheap enough to produce that many SSD vendors no longer manufacture 128GB drives.'''
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are considered small, they are sufficient for OS storage and commonly used programs. While these drives can work as a primary drive, users withOS drives. If you do not have heavy local storage needs will needneeds, you may even be able to use one of these SSD's a largera primary drive. '''NoteTip: If you have largeheavy local storage needs, you will either needit is best to pair small SSD's like this with a large SSD or a dualhard drive configurationused for data storage.'''
[* black] '''512GB:''' While these SSD's are still fairly expensive when compared to smaller drives, the cost has come down dramatically. Part of this is because of MLC SSD's, which are cheaper to produce. While these drives are cheaper, these MLC drives will come with a slight performance penalty.
[* black] '''1TB->1TB:''' In the consumer space, SSD's that are larger then 512GB are fairly recent. Because of how new these drives are, the $/GB cost is still fairly high. This cost will come down over time, but most users should wait for the cost to come down first.