3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 28, 2010 11:32 AM by JoseFlores

    What's the point of Intel Turbo Memory w/ User Pinning power saving benefits if they are taken back ITMService 50% cpu usage on startup?


      The ITMService likes to chew up cpu usage for hours on end- which I'd imagine Intel is aware of as it's probably doing some routine as designed- but this is ridiculous.

      Was this product simply a toy conceived to work on ReadyBoost and ReadyDrive Windows technologies intended for USB flash drives and hybrid drive persistent storage or is Intel going to actively think of ways to make their product benefecial?
      Frankly, I'd never buy an intel SSD for the simple reason that this mini attempt at inking out performance from persistent storage makes me wonder why I purchased it.


      In short: make Intel Turbo Memory cards work smarter