RealNC wrote:Yeah, RAM disks are not really that useful actually. With 64GB RAM, the game is going to be cached to RAM anyway as you play it. This is already the case for me, and I "only" have 16GB. Pretty much everything in any game is only accessed once from disk. After that, there's no disk I/O happening; everything comes from the Windows cache that's in RAM.
Yeah, ram disks don't seem very useful. You can spend time loading the entire game to the ram disk before you start playing so you don't have as long of initial loads during game, but meh. It doesn't seem worth the effort when SSDs are already so fast.