z68 chipset smart response tech and SSD
What I know through my own research (I stand to be corrected)
1. Each ssd block has a limit of 10,000 write.
2. The higher the capacity of an ssd the longer its lifespan.
3. Z68 chipsets smart response tech uses SSD as a cache to speed up boot times but it can only use 20gb of the said ssd. (so if you have 80gb ssd you have to make a partition so that it would become 60gb for anything and 20gb for the cache)
4. Using ssd as cache will give it more "writeload" which will lower lifespan?
My question is how much would the smart response technology impact the lifespan of an SSD?
Would it cause problems on the SSD (corrupt data and such)?