Yes. I reset my disk geometry to 256 heads 32 sectors/track, which makes each cylinder 4MB. After that every partition is naturally aligned perfectly.
I have a Transcend 128GB PATA SSD on my Asus M6Ne laptop, an OCZ CoreV2 128GB SATA SSD, G.Skill Titan 256GB SATA SSD, and Samsung 256GB SATA SSD and all of them are formatted this way. It makes a more noticeable difference on the older SSDs.