Hi all So I'm building another PC for a friend later this year. It'll probably be in late August, so I'm a bit ahead of myself here, and given that prices etc. will change obviously I'm not going to get into any specifics yet. Something I do want to learn a bit more about is SSD caching tech. As a relative tech-illiterate, I think that this friend is a pretty good candidate for it. Now I know that SSD caching means slow writes but good improvements to read speed, but that's not so much what I'm worried about. I've read that the caching tech included on Z68 and Z77/H77 boards really rapes MLC-based flash drives, meaning that you have to buy one of the purpose-built Intel SLC cache drives. Yet solutions like the OCZ Synapse and Corsair Accelerator use MLC flash. Do they suffer from the same durability issues, or is their software optimised to avoid this? I'd appreciate any general use experience too. Does TRIM work well on cache drives? Is this a reliable solution, suitable for a tech-illiterate? etc. Thanks in advance EDIT: I've also heard from someone that the technology used by OCZ and Corsair does not get on with Steam. Can anyone confirm or quash this rumour?