Dear forum members,
We are delighted to inform you that our forums are back online. Every single topic and post are now on their places and everything works just as before, only better. Welcome back!


Discussion on Article:
Hybrid Disk Drive with Your Own Hands: Intel Smart Response vs. HighPoint RocketHybrid

Started by: popej | Date 09/09/11 04:12:21 AM
Comments: 10 | Last Comment:  11/30/16 10:39:39 AM


Pity you haven't compared efficiency of Ready Boost on SDD, I think Windows 7 support up to 32GB of Ready Boost memory on SATA SDD. This could be nearest software equivalent to hardware solutions you have tested. And easiest to install.
0 0 [Posted by: popej  | Date: 09/09/11 04:12:21 AM]

I got one for you.something I've been thinking about for a while and haven't seen before. what if you take one of those seagate hybrid drives, incorporate the ssd ( even though the hybrid drive already has the ram boost already on it.) will there be a conflict and if not would it be any faster ?
0 0 [Posted by: south side sammy  | Date: 09/12/11 04:16:00 AM]

Thanks for you very professional tests!

I wonder how could we use ANY SSD on ANY chipset ( mine is p45) to cache HDD.

I feel that intel restricted this importnt function to the Z68 chipset, whereas the p67 could have it.
And as you say for caching it is less understunable why they dont use SATA6g

So any one succeed in caching HDD with SSD without add on card or Z68 chipset ?
0 0 [Posted by: Boot  | Date: 09/13/11 02:14:46 AM]


Back to the Article

Add your Comment