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Old 07-23-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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Question Intel Smart Response SSD Caching Technology

Anyone using Intel Smart Response SSD Caching Technology.

I have a 90Gb Agility 3 SSD running the OS.

Its getting to that time of the year where i re-install the Operating System.
And am wondering if its worth while burning the OS on a 500Gb HDD and using this Intel Smart Response SSD Caching Technology.

I run two additional (DATA Only) drives but have been installing programs like Office to them because i quickly ran out of space on the SSD and wanted the SSD for Games and CAD programs.

Does it genuinely speed up the system like an OS on SSD or is it lies.

There are no real reviews out there, and no proof that it works, Or am i just not seeing it?
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