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You will find download links and firmware update instructions posted in our forum. Not all drives will have a firmware update and in most cases your drive should have the latest firmware available at the time of production.
No settings within your operating system need to be adjusted for a Corsair SSD drive to run at optimal performance.
The SATA I spec is slower than most Corsair SSD drives. You would get the best performance from a Corsair SSD drive from a system with SATA II.
All Corsair SSD drives are compatible with both SATA I and SATA II. However, you will only be able to acheive the rated transfer speeds when using the SATA interface that the SSD is designed for.
Enabling AHCI storage mode in your BIOS is the only setting we recommend adjusting for optimal SSD performance.
The TRIM command is a feature of Windows 7 which allows an SSD to maintain its high level of performance over the lifetime of the drive. Here is a link which describes TRIM in more detail:
Corsair SSDs require no maintenance programs or operating system tweaks.
AIDA64, ATTO, CrystalDiskMark, HDTune and SiSoft Sandra and are all very good benchmarks of your SSD performance. However, all Corsair SSD specifications are published based on ATTO performance.