write cache buffer flushing Can I trun it off on a SSD raid 0 ?


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    write cache buffer flushing Can I trun it off on a SSD raid 0 ?


    I would Like to turn off the write cache buffer flushing on my SSD

    Any one has tried this before ?

    any advice's ?

    Thanks
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    Thanks let me do some reading will update you
    many thanks
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    No that did not really help still did not get a clear idea
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    If you go to Device Manager, expand Disk Drives, right click your SSD, select properties and select the Policies tab, you should be able to turn it off.
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    essenbe said:
    If you go to Device Manager, expand Disk Drives, right click your SSD, select properties and select the Policies tab, you should be able to turn it off.
    Yes i was Just searching my self and I just read that

    But i am using the Intel rapid Storage ill just do it from there

    if any one can tell me have they don this before or what are pros and cons
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    Ok so I keep reading about this and the Only thing i can see is if I get Power failure

    So what will happen ? i lose my data I have a back up or do they mean that the ssd drive will not work anymore ?

    i dont get it
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