Yes! But...

I'm running a little experiment on my new main pc.
I'm running two ssd's in raid 0, on windows 10 and did a defrag. (first experiment)
After 10 of the quickest passes of consolidating data ever, it did trim the raid afterwards.
Who ever said that a Raid 0 with SSD's doesn't trim was wrong, it does, but has it really trimmed?
Why did it need to consolidate the data?
How does it even consolidate data over an ssd, or even a raid based on ssd's?
Interesting.
Still benchmarks with the same results, still runs stable and hella fast.
Two SSD's, even two very different ones can make an amazing Raid 0 setup with a good controller.
Mine's Marvell based.
Hmm, wonder how long this setup will last?

Any thoughts, shots, comments, death threats?