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    Default Re: Ramdisk 9000MB/s

    Whats your ram clocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Whats your ram clocks?
    My timings are 8-8-8-19 and speed is 1528MHz.

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    is this actually overclocking or just using a program to make better use of it?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    is this actually overclocking or just using a program to make better use of it?????
    It has nothing to do with overclocking. Any spare memory you have sitting unused in your system can be used as lightning fast storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    It has nothing to do with overclocking. Any spare memory you have sitting unused in your system can be used as lightning fast storage.
    Actually lightning bows down to the almighty ramdisk

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    Default Re: Ramdisk 9000MB/s

    nice read been looking into this for a while now.

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    LOL here is my latest


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    thats insane, thanks Jim

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    Default Re: Ramdisk 9000MB/s

    Ive been using these for a while on my old system. I keep some folders on there, mostly temp stuff for my browser and such that write randomly. Restore on boot and you are solid. Every now and then I will shift a game to the ramdisk if I am playing it a lot, but I used to have only a gig for it. I know I was under utilising, but it works really well and removed all browser lag. Now with my next build I think Im going to aim for 16GB o I can get a decent 8GB ramdisk going constantly.

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