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Old 12th August 2011, 08:59   #1
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Default Configuring Intel Smart Response Technology

Setting up Intel Smart Response Technology is pretty straightforward since the SSD is already installed to a mSATA port. In the BIOS configure the 'PCH SATA Control Mode' to 'RAID(XDH)' and make sure the system boot off the hard drive. Enhanced Mode is the safest choice (Maximized Mode offers an edge but there is risk of data loss), with it there is no possibility of data loss in the event of a power failure as all cached data is written to both the HDD and caching SSD.

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