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Corsair Accelerator 60GB Dual boot

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Hi is it possible to use the accelerator to have access to both server 2008r2 and windows 7 as part of a dual boot on separate disks?

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The accelerator software will only work with win 7,I just installed 2 yesterday and called tech support because of the friggin' serial numbers being so small on the disks and asked if it would work with server 2008,they said no.

It seems as if the caching software is from a separate company and the server version software is about $1400 bucks.

Just as a side note,Intel did testing with SSD  caching on their version of accelerator software and anything past 30 gigs is a waste.
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