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  • Dual Boot with Turbo Memory

    I'm thinking of setting up a dual boot. My main concern is will I need to go into the bios to disable the Turbo Memory every time I switch OS ? Is there an easy way around this? Also, If it is disabled, will it need time to work back up to optimal performance when it is enabled agian? Any input would be helpful in my decision making.
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    There is currently no workaround. You would have to enable it each time. However, Turbo memory does not offer an extreme performance, without which you could not go ...
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