So I decided to finally cave and get myself an SSD to replace my OS drive (the HDD was about 6-7 years old). I've already bought the drive since most of what I've seen says it's good. I got the Samsung 840 Pro 128GB. Being new to SSDs, I have absolutely no idea if they need any special setups, I assume it'd be like plugging in a normal HDD. In a thread about SSDs (while I was hunting for which one to get), it said to enable something called the AHAICP (not sure if that's the right spelling). I assume from what they said that this is either on the mobo or when you install Windows, how do I go about turning it on and will it allow me to use normal HDDs alongside it? Also, I've noticed that SSDs have firmware drivers, is this something I need to install before installing my OS or can I do it without problems after? I won't be using that drive for anything but the OS (my games go to my 2TB drive) and most non-game programs (like Office, etc).