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Investigating Intel's Turbo Memory: Does it really work?

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When Intel launched its fifth revision to Centrino, we were left mostly disappointed. It was the most lackluster Centrino launch we had seen since the brand's inception and it almost seemed like a platform that was released for the sake of coming out with something new every year. The sole feature we had high hopes for was Intel's Turbo Memory, but we were left sorely disappointed when we couldn't even find a use for it.
Guess it's not as exciting as we thought it to be.
    
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hahahahahahaaha, so it's pointless then
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