Quote Originally Posted by wapko View Post
just as a heads up..
i installed ubuntu on my ux32vd's internal ssd. and after 4 months the internal ssd died. sent it in for repair and they replaced the motherboard. im no longer using the internal ssd for anything. when it was dead the whole computer was excruciatingly slow. took 2 minutes just to enter bios. 11 minutes to boot windows. it started with a lot of DMA READ errors. and then it died.
you have been warned.

i had trim and snazzy ssd stuff enabled. but if you have some insight. please go ahead
Hi there,

I have the same setup as you do, Ubuntu running on internal SSD and trim enabled. But I am curious, what do you mean by "snazzy ssd stuff" you set up ?
Thanks for your reply