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Old 04-29-2012, 05:34 PM   #1
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I suppose this would be applicable once you start hitting the 32GB + of RAM.

Anyway, I thought this was quite interesting and wanted to share.
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Old 04-29-2012, 05:50 PM   #2
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Re: Interesting

Thanks Spawn, now I might need new memory lol.
http://www.superspeed.com/desktop/ramdisk.php
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Re: Interesting

Yeah I was reading up on that memory earlier today, and then I ran across that video that provides a good demonstration of what that 2800MHz memory can do.
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I wonder how you would get Windows to cache files to the RAM disk or games for that matter. I don't think DDR 2800 is necessary, He was getting 7800Mb/s and you would probably get around +5000 with DDR 1600. I am running at 2133MHz now but I only have 12GB of RAM. I plan to run at least at 2133MHz with the new Maximus V Formula (Z77 chipset) and I will have 16GB of RAM. I could make an 8GB RAM disk at that point.
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Re: Interesting

I've pondered that exact thought.

How does it hold information after shutdown, and do you install to it or simply copy files over or what...

I guess we need to get our hands on a copy of that software eh...
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I actually found a copy of SuperSpeed RAM Disk 11 (Plus) but it would not install on my x64 system. I'm still working on it. There is a 32bit trial copy on their website. I remember back when I got my SSD that you had to disable RAM disk or something or other in Windows. It was that thing that would let you use a USB thumbdrive as cache I believe. I might be wrong but now it appears you can have a RAM disk cache and still have an SSD. Anyway, this might be useful speed wise. I don't think I've ever used all 12Gb of my RAM except in benchmarks. The thing about SuperSpeed RAM Disk software is it lets you save your RAM cache when your computer sleeps or is rebooted.
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I've pondered that exact thought.

How does it hold information after shutdown, and do you install to it or simply copy files over or what...

I guess we need to get our hands on a copy of that software eh...

To answer your question, Superspeed RAM Disk Plus does it by saving the cache contents to a file and reloading it when you reboot. You can also load saved cache files.
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Hey J/T you old land crab, I finally beat Skully (if only temporarily).

This is my 6GB DDR RAM disk running at 2133GHz. Roughly 10x faster than my RAIDED SATA II SSD's. I guess memory speed makes a difference and probably the Z77 chipset as well (I didn't reach the speeds in the video above). Now I need to find out how to use it.
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Well I disabled my virtual page file on the SSD and added the max RAM disk. Don't know if I feel a difference with apps yet.
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Re: Interesting

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Hey J/T you old land crab, I finally beat Skully (if only temporarily).

This is my 6GB DDR RAM disk running at 2133GHz. Roughly 10x faster than my RAIDED SATA II SSD's. I guess memory speed makes a difference and probably the Z77 chipset as well (I didn't reach the speeds in the video above). Now I need to find out how to use it.
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Dang nice score for the ram disk. I've put off using a ram disk.
The last few times of using, I'd run into system glitches after awhile.
But I may try again...
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Dang nice score for the ram disk. I've put off using a ram disk.
The last few times of using, I'd run into system glitches after awhile.
But I may try again...
It could be we don't have enough RAM for the paging file. Mine was +18GB on the Windows managed SSD. Now it is at 6GB. Also this type of cache I believe is used for specific apps like Photoshop and on servers. It may not work so nicely for caching Windows OS files.
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