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Old 14th June 2007, 17:26   #1
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Default Intel Turbo Memory Gets Lukewarm Welcome from Mobo Producers

Despite of various demonstrations of how additional NAND flash cache can improve performance of modern computers and take advantage of Microsoft Windows Vista additional capabilities, mainboard makers are still reluctant to install appropriate hardware on their products.

Intel Turbo Memory (previously code-named Robson) technology allows Microsoft Windows Vista to pre-cache certain types of data and speed up its loading by using special NAND flash-based cache. The new operating system features an array of technologies, including SuperFetch, ReadyBoost, ReadyDrive, and ReadyBoot that can take advantage of the flash cache, which can also be located on a system’s hard disk drive.

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haven't Anandtech's benchmarks proven already that ReadyBoost is no good compared to a plain and simple memory upgrade, and that with enough memory, ReadyBoost doesn't add anything to the performance?
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