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  Topic : [Sharing]Explanation of Asus SSD Caching New Topic
Christopher
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Posted:5/11/2012 10:08:00 AM # 1
Could someone provide me with an explanation of how Asus SSD Caching works? I'm familiar with Intel SRT. I don't need a primer on caching or SSDs. What I'd like to know is: -How does Asus SSD Caching initialize the cache? What exactly does it place in the cache? Does it just start from the beginning of the drive and fill up the SSD? -Generally speaking, how does Asus SSD Caching update the cache? Does it load the cache with files by last used date? Frequency of use? Something else? -How often does Asus SSD Caching update the cache? How long (or rather, how much usage) could I expect it to take to load the OS files in to the cache, if it didn't do so during initialization? -Does AI Suite II need to be running at all times in order to take advantage of the cache? -Can I expect significantly increased boot times with a 128GB cache? Thanks so much!

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Ulrich
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Posted:5/16/2012 11:33:00 PM # 2
Hi Chris..

There are a number of articles that discuss the workings in SSD cacheing.. both Intel SRT and the Asus clone..

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4329/intel-z68-chipset-smart-response-technology-ssd-caching-review/2
http://rog.asus.com/tag/ssd-cache-drive/
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/50312-asus-sabertooth-x79-motherboard-review-15.html
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1767/


In general, SSD Cacheing will place data that is used most often in the cache for quick retrieval as you suggest.

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