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Hi,
I want to have the benefits of increased storage capacity and faster response times by combining an SSD and an HDD, much like an Apple Fusion Drive. Is it advisable to do this on a Hackintosh? Here is an article which I read on how to make a DIY Fusion Drive. Is this a good option, or are there any other possibilities to be able to achieve something like a Fusion Drive?

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/pro-tip-how-to-create-and-disable-a-fusion-drive/

I am building a hackintosh having owned an iMac with a Fusion Drive, so I want the same or more speed in day-to-day use.
 

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Hi,
I want to have the benefits of increased storage capacity and faster response times by combining an SSD and an HDD, much like an Apple Fusion Drive. Is it advisable to do this on a Hackintosh? Here is an article which I read on how to make a DIY Fusion Drive. Is this a good option, or are there any other possibilities to be able to achieve something like a Fusion Drive?
Search Results for Query: Fusion Drive
 
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MSI Z170A Gaming M5
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Asus Dual GTX 1060
If I decide not to do this, how could I use 2 hard drives?
 
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