I would like to set up my new system that I will be building with the Asus SSD caching as well as RAM caching to speed up Adobe products (in particular Photoshop CS5.5 and Premiere Pro CS5.5) for photos and videos I am working on. I can understand I believe the setup of combining a single SSD with a HDD (I understand to use this system as my boot and programs setup that I would put the the Operating Sytem (Windows 7 Ultimate) and the Adobe Programs on the HDD with the attached SSD used only as the cache drive. What I would like to add is to setup a separate 2 or 3 TB drive as my photo drive (where photos are stored and worked from) and the same with a separate 2 or 3 TB drive for videos. That would give me 3 HDDs in my new system with the first being the boot/program/cache drive. I would setup in My Pictures and My Videos a path to the photo HDD and the video HDD. My question is: will the cache work with all the drives with the primary program drive running the adobe programs and calling data from the other two drives?
The way I understand SSD caching is that frequently asked for files are copied to the cache to speed up future requests - regardless of their source. Therefore, I don't believe it matters how many HDDs you have in your system, real or virtual (e.g., networked).