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USB 3.0 Flash Drive as an SSD

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Asus P67's will have 2 usb 3.0 on the panel and 2 more on the board, can that be used to plug in say a 64GB USB 3.0 and use it as a SSD for the OS?

How about using a docking station(USB 3.0). You could have 2(or more)
HD's and instead of different users accounts you could have your own
HD running your own windows. unplug your HD and take it with you.
All your private info remains that way.

just a few silly questions I was wondering about.

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im sure it will work.. but will be pretty slow, prob slower then a normal hdd on sata 2
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