I'll explain the story: Do not even been a week since this notebook was unfortunately "caught" in the update that results in "Boot Loop" system (search on Google and find many cases, but it seems that not all machines were affected) I was super whore and such, but as I had back up data on external storage and Cloud was alright.
As no use crying on spilled milk (by Micro $ oft), I was looking to do the hard work to install, configure and customize a new Windows from scratch. Since my last installation and configuration of Windows was a long time, I went for a sought after and studied the alternatives for maximum system performance, and that's where the doubts come.
I intend to do the following system:
- UEFI Secure Boot + USB + BitLocker
- GPT Disks
- Active RAID in the BIOS
- Windows 8 Enterprise x64
- OS and programs installed on the SSD and data on HDD
- Intel Smart Response SSD (20GB) * using this tutorial
- Intel Rapid Start in SSD (16.5GB)
- Not deleted the hibernation file, now I'll let mode "Fast Startup" Windows enabled
- System Protection = off * Explained below
- Windows 7 File Recovery (aka Automatic Backup / programmable Windows) + File History, both in HDD Docking External = on
- Run the Disk Defrag WEI for Windows to recognize the SSD properly
- Check and enable the case off, the SSD TRIM
- Move the target folders "Documents, Downloads, Pictures, ..." for HDD
- Disable things that will not use the "Turn Windows features on or off" as Windows Media Player, IE, XPS, Windows PowerShell.
- Disable GUI Boot, and set the maximum number of CPU cores at boot
Now start the factors still not sure:
- Virtual Memory: is set to "automatic management by the system", therefore, 5632MB allocated in SSD
Question: Some say to disable since it's an SSD, others say to leave on automatic, how should I proceed?
- RAM Cache: There is a very suitable for various software tutorials, the FancyCache, and from what I read it works so that the system cache is saved to main memory (RAM) and not in the secondary (SSD), which duminui R / W SSD and greatly increases the speed R / W cache.
Question: Really this software works in such a way, and does no harm to the PC? It seems too good to be true ...
- Super fetch, Prefetch: This is what makes me more confused. Every site I read says something different.
Question: What do they do in reality, and most importantly, let them enabled or not?
- Drive Indexing: Another one that drives me crazy.
Question: What does it do in reality, and most importantly, leave it enabled or not? 
- Write Back Caching and Windows Write Caching-Buffer Flushing.
Question: What do they do in reality, and most importantly, let them enabled or not? 
Well, I think it's "only" so if anyone can give any tips, suggestions or any help is welcome. Anything I edit the topic.
PS: I originally had posted this text on a non-US forum, and I was too busy to rewrite this in English, so I used Google translate, excuse any wrong phrase.