installing an SSD on a system with Intel Turbo Memory, do I need to throw the stick?

Well, here's the question, got the SSD drive, I would like to know whether to continue to use intel turbo memory, if Yes then what settings should be avoided not to slow down the system.

And aren't quite sure what this has to do with the intel turbo memory but sees in the properties of your ssd, here's a picture:
is it worth to do something in this regard, for example to include the cache?
October 3rd 19 at 03:32
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October 3rd 19 at 03:34
And it is possible a little more information - what OS, what devices are used and technology is activated?
OS in question is windows 7, is still on the beech debian and Pig but they have the intel turbo memory does not work in principle, Yes and no they are cache on the disk do not see, why all the questions, respectively, only on 7-ke. Itself laptop dell latitude D630, all that were able to learn about the flash drive, intel's rahmer 1gb. Configuring it so that it will appear to the system as a normal partition, I was able to measure the speed of read-write, and it seems that the answer to his own question over 35mb/s do not go to any comparison with the speed of SSD at 280mb/s (if to be absolutely meticulous and is the ceiling interface sataII SSD and not-shki but not easier). - Halie commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:37

Intel 1GB, there were still at 512 MB. Don't even know what you can use them, but the Intel does not support in their drivers. And they stood in beeches preinstalled with Vista, then disappeared. And in those days I remember not out to make them bootable. - Lavina_Weissnat commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:40
October 3rd 19 at 03:36
well, Yes, that's exactly the same module there is, and Yes prodalsia laptop with Vista on Board)) Well clear up the sense from device 0, except that the backup mft and mbr on it to merge or registry Windows who is more important.

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