Super Dave
2011-05-30T20:16:58Z

Thanks for the link, SammyHayabuza!

realneil
2011-05-30T22:04:24Z

rrplay wrote:

It would be very beneficial for those that work on a project for hours on end to have those files [working / build  directories ] cached to the faster SSD

,....if there is a power outage would said 'project' be safe?

rrplay
2011-05-30T22:57:59Z

realneil wrote:

,....if there is a power outage would said 'project' be safe?

I do not think so see page 9  Having the actual project's home build directory on another drive. that's actually being accessed multiple times would benefit an increase in performance just by the sharing of the commonly used blocks of data.

With the size and affordability of modern disks it would be prudent to have a snapshot type backup of the actual build folder-files on another drive esp when many hours are put into such a project.

grayhoose
2011-05-30T23:20:56Z

hello all, here is how you add this to an AMD or other:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817997011

coolice
2011-05-31T02:02:55Z

i gotta admit... this is a pretty nifty idea, especially if its faster than sata

SammyHayabuza
2011-05-31T12:12:56Z

Super Dave wrote:

Thanks for the link, SammyHayabuza!

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[quote user="realneil"]Odds are that this will be normal fare in a year because everyone is going to want the performance boost, and having it built-in means that it will work, and be easy to set up.

Totally agree!!

Ghost93
2011-06-02T18:36:09Z

wow this is nice. However, the pricing will be much higher due to the solid state technology implanted in the motherboard.