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Storage built directly onto a motherboard is not a good idea in my opinion because if the storage device dies for whatever reason you need to replace the whole board.
Also if your motherboard dies, there goes your data.
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Intel already stated SSD caching will be a feature on Q4/Q1 2012 motherboards.
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Lol quater? Aren't there already microSDHC chips that have higher than 256Gb? 6 of these and a cmos style socket seem more logical .......... Though obviously less profitable...
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I think having SSD in the board is better even tho some of you guys are against it, I'm sure Bios or w/e let you have the opinion to either use the intergated SSD for boot drive or storage.

And if that intergated die, is defected anyway since most SSD claim their Life expectancy are like 1mil hr lol, just replace the whole board, inconvenience but at least you have a break new board



USB SSD is even better, but need to be 3.0 or above tho since 2.0 will still be TOO damage slow for transfer a large file, but who the hell use USB SSD for boot drive? XD boot drive on-to-go?



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Lol quater? Aren't there already microSDHC chips that have higher than 256Gb? 6 of these and a cmos style socket seem more logical .......... Though obviously less profitable...

Is too slow, you want a Class 2 (2mb/s) or Class 10 (10mb/s) speed? vs SSD that is like 250mb/s+

and SHDC is somewhat a SSD (Solid State Drive) as well, is not Disk
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Lol quarter? Aren't there already microSDHC chips that have higher than 256Gb? ..
ya they already have micro chips that cary higher capacities but i dont think that the speeds are anywhere near what these small chips are getting 70/40mbs read/write is pretty good for a quarter sized ssd
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Also if your motherboard dies, there goes your data.
Who cares, same thing if your hard drive dies. No different really. You'll still need backups just like normal if you have anything important.

Also, why not have it integrated with the mobo? As long as it's reliable it shouldn't matter. If it fails you can RMA the board.
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post #17 of 26
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But imagine, instead of having a SATA cord and SATA power, you have a slot reminiscent of a RAM slot, and you pop a very low-profile card into that slot and bam, small mITX SSD in a VERY small footprint.

It doesn't have to be soldered onto the board.
Now that would be impressive!
post #18 of 26
Shouldn't there still be boot priority? If so then don;t use the memory if you dont like the idea. The flaw i see would be companies sticking unnecisary software on it.
    
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post #19 of 26
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Why not just have a USB size device that plugs directly into a SATA port?
Actually this idea seems like genius
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Why not just have a USB size device that plugs directly into a SATA port?
Sata ports don't provide power.
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