AMD StoreMI

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  1. G13Homi

    G13Homi Active Member

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    Once upon a time, I had an EVGA x58 i7 920 system running Intel RST raid for maybe 4+ years before i decided to upgrade and switch back to team Red. In doing so i discovered a fantastic program called StoreMI for the AM4 socket and above i am sure. I am very very please with this utility. super simple function, cant miss install. i paired a cheapy PNY 240GB ssd from staples on clearance for$25 usd with an old 1TB hdd and stuck tons of old STeam games on it. I have R6S there as well and notice no performance issues or loading time delays what so ever. GG AMD
     
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    too bad StoreMI is being removed from AMD.com by the end of the month or so. Supposedly to be replaced by another app when it becomes available.
     
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    it will still be called StoreMi, but AMD's Fuzedrive license expired so they are likely making their own tiered cache design.
     
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    As long as it has the same general function i will use it again on my next build. Shame its being replaced.
     

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    I'm using Asus' RAMcache witha 8GB setting
     
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    StoreMI officially dead today. No longer supported as of 3-31-2020.
     
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    don't post bogus crap like that, its not dead.
     
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    "It's dead, Jim!"
     
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    Customer Description of Change

    AMD has decided to end-of-life the current version of the StoreMI technology, and effective March 31, 2020, AMD will no longer make this technology available for download on AMD.com.

    End users who download the current version of the StoreMI technology prior to March 31, 2020 may continue to use it thereafter (i.e. it will not be deactivated) but AMD will no longer provide any technical or end user support. Instead, AMD will focus its internal development resources on a replacement solution with a rearchitected feature set and a planned release window of 2Q20. Those seeking a storage acceleration solution after March 31, 2020 may wait for the new AMD solution, or may seek an alternative solution such as Enmotus FuzeDrive. AMD does not advise or encourage users to download the current version of the StoreMI technology from mirror or Internet download sites. These sites are NOT AUTHORIZED to distribute this technology, AMD does not review their downloads to confirm they are authentic, and AMD cannot ensure the safety or reliability of any such downloads.
     

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    Sorry, you're both not getting it.

    Dead means no further activations, and expires on existing installs.

    End of Support is not Dead.
     
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    And you can just get the discounted upgrade to Enmotus Fuzedrive
     

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