In short -- No. Doing so would cripple your SSD, which is a nice big one that will hold a ton of applications besides the OS.
SSD caching for a HDD is for those who cannot afford a real SSD (like yours), meaning the 20-30gb size SSDs that can't hold much more than just an OS. Since memory is cheap, use a lot and then put your paging file on a HDD, since it will rarely be accessed. Look at the SSD optimization guides around here, or this one that is pretty good: http://thessdreview.com/ssd-guides/optimization-guides/the-ssd-optimization-guide-2/
Also, make sure that AHCI mode is selected in your BIOS as the SATA mode prior to installing Windows -- and do the install with only the boot SSD attached to insure that the SRP ends up on the SSD.