Building a new system with a 120GB SSD and a 1TB 7200 RPM HDD (windows 7 OS). Originally I was going to use the SSD as the boot drive and the HDD for additional storage, but then I started reading about Intel's Smart Response technology (which is supported by my motherboard).
My question is, does it make more sense to use Smart Response (with the HDD as the boot drive) or should I make the SSD the boot drive with the HDD as a secondary (I would regularly backup important files from the SSD to the HDD). Or is there another, even better, solution (e.g. using Smart Response with the SSD as the boot drive)?