What I mean is that SRT was created by Intel and they have only made it availalble on the Z68 chipset, which is the same chipset that powers your choice of motherboard. For the time being Intel have no plans to retrofit it to older chipset, though in time I'm sure we will see it in Ivy Bridge motherboards and for other future processors. Of course this is not something that I would expect to see on an AMD motherboard, at least not the Intel SRT version of this, hopefully someone else will release an SSD caching solution that will work independent of the CPU or motherboard chipset.
@TheKeyboardDemon said:How do you mean?
I really want to go the SSD caching route, but at the moment I can't find a suitable solution for my rig and I can't use the Z68 SRT option as this is only available on the Z68 chipset.
Using it is easy, set your HDD as a raid drive, instal windows, instal the SSD and then enable SRT, that's it, everything else will be handled for you after some very basic configuration. You never access the SSD directly, it is all handled in the background, just start it up and forget it's there.
Here's a review from [H]ard|OCP.