"Tweak #1: If your system motherboard uses a disk
caching bus, change the BIOS setting from “Write
Through” to “Write Back”. The standard practice
on Linux with conventional drives is to set it as “Write
Through” but the simpler architecture of an SSD results in
poorer performance with this default setting."
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