The following guide goes into great detail about various types of Storage Interfaces as well as enabling TRIM.

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Section 1: SATA

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s

Section 2: SAS and SCSI

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s

Section 3: Software RAID

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Creation

Section 4: Trim

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Patch

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17 Comments on "Storage"

  1. Clover patch works great, thanks Andrew!

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  2. Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for the guide. Now I have TRIM enabled. Question though, how can I revert back if there’s a major OSX update? I have used the terminal to enable TRIM btw.

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  3. Is there any way to get an X99 chipset RAID visibility in OSX. I don’t want to install anything on it, but I keep it as storage for music, documents, etc.

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    • As in use RAID for windows but use some ports for Mac and love with not having access to the files while under Mac? If so aboaluty. If you want access to the files you will need to buy a real raid card.

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      • Sort of.
        As in I create a RAID array with the BIOS. I format that RAID array in NTFS.
        Then I want to be able to read/write those NTFS drives from both Windows and OSX.

        I can read/write NTFS drives, just not in a RAID array.

        Are you saying this is only possible with a real RAID card?

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      • Ok. I will buy a real RAID card.
        In case you have any suggestions regarding the card, please let me know.

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  4. works M.2 solid disc into Sierra or El Capitan?
    (960 EVO)

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