The OCZ work either way -- Intel or Dataplex; they work the same way.
As @Nikorr and I suggest, it's a hell of a lot better to use a dedicated SSD for the OS, Apps and 'working' Data.
What a lot of hardcore games do is to purchase (2) two SSD's: 1. OS/Apps/Working data and 2. Steam dedicated SSD. The cool thing with a Steam dedicated SSD is that you can unplug the SSD and simply move it to another PC. In gaming the only advantages to an SSD are reduced load times and the occasional reduced time mini-saves (often as stutters).
note: BF3's mini-saves/stutters are indeed still present eben on an SSD.