My Sandy Bridge desktop is getting rather long in the tooth, hobbling along with 2-minute cold-start times and lethargic application performance. I've identified my hard drive as the most likely bottleneck, but I can't afford a large SSD to replace it and would rather not go through the hassle of reinstalling my OS and programs on a smaller SSD. SSD caching may be the solution to my problem, but unfortunately I'm running a P67 chipset, which complicates matters. I need some advice from the PC gurus.
I've heard that there is an expansion card which can emulate SRT functionality, the HighPoint RocketHybrid, but I don't know if that's the right way to go. Are there other options out there? Has anyone used the RocketHybrid?
Help me, all you Obi-wan Kenobi's out there. You're my only hope.