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Intel Optane

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Go to solution Solved by Firewrath9,

if you have an ssd, no.

If you have a Hard Drive, no. Just buy a 500GB ssd.

I was wondering if anyone has experience with Intel optane and whether or not it helps that much? If it does help should I get the 32gb or 16gb?

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Ok could explain. I am running Optane and a SSD.. My system runs fast and stable. In my Bios it sees them as one drive and combines the memory.

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Optane is only good for a few corner cases and even then that is debatable.

 

Intel does not officially support it but you can cache a cheap 2TB SATA SSD to a 58GB 800P. This will be both faster than a 2TB NVMe SSD and cheaper.

 

If you don't have $ to burn and love playing with new tech just skip Optane.

 

 

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