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It basically hides your SSD from the OS and uses it as a cache for a designated hard drive with your most frequently used files. So you get the performance of an SSD (for cached files) but without the hassle of managing what files are used on the smaller amount of space you have available.

For example you could have it assigned to a 2TB drive loaded up with games and your most recently used games will be loaded up onto your 60GB SSD.
And your sure this feature won't be available on p67? Why not?
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so you can oc to ~5ghz on a Z68? might be a nice option for a folding rig
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with the P67 recall and z68 on the way there are way too many options right now.

might just have to return my UD5 get a cheap p67 then upgrade when z68 is released...then upgrade again when Ivy Bridge is released
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with the P67 recall and z68 on the way there are way too many options right now.

might just have to return my UD5 get a cheap p67 then upgrade when z68 is released...then upgrade again when Ivy Bridge is released
Sounds like a pretty big hassle unless you like tearing apart your loop, you got a kick ass system why not just wait until Ivy or even then, after Ivy unless you need the processing power Sandy can't offer, which I don't believe is anythin right now.
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im pretty unhappy with my board so Im ready for a change. thinking about the ud7 but i think it will have the same bios issues. (unless its just my board that is messed up)

I can get 12 hours stable on prime and then randomly it will go into a boot loop and i will have to reset cmos or give me errors that my OC failed. Unless gigabyte can get there bios in order i might have to jump to asus

also i bought the 2500k because i planned all along to get IB when it came out and was banking on the fact that a p67 mobo would support it like it was originally rumored and that panned out for me
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And your sure this feature won't be available on p67? Why not?
I don't know if it will or not, but I personally am having trouble buying a P67 board until we know for sure whether it's done purely in software with the Intel RST 10.5 update or if it requires new hardware.
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