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Make RAM into Partition by Software

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31 minutes ago, Dunxuan said:

WTF is this thing? - RAM on a PCI Card??

Do you remember this?

This function can be realized by software.

And supports almost all possibilities.

But only Chinese interface.

 

I guess.... what are you asking exactly? 

 

Yes, you can create RAM disks in software, yes they are really fast, yes they are annoying because if your PC looses power you loose everything on it lol.

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there's tools that can turn your GPU RAM into ramdisks too, and it's really nothing special unless you have a highly specific use case for it that honestly I can only think of for one specific use. Not worth it imo.


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8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1600MHz

EVGA GTX 1050TI SC
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SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB

Windows 10 + macOS High Sierra

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1 minute ago, LIGISTX said:

我猜....你到底在问什么? 

 

是的,您可以在软件中创建RAM磁盘,是的,它们确实非常快,是的,它们很烦人,因为如果您的PC失去了电源,您就会失去它上的所有内容。

Sorry for my poor english.The software can save the partition created by RAM as an img file and restore it.

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Just now, Dunxuan said:

Sorry for my poor english.The software can save the partition created by RAM as an img file and restore it.

that's cool and all but like, at that point, I still cant see how it's useful for the average user. For me it'd be great because I can make img files of different installers and save them locally with no hassle but still even then it just really laks a use case


I got a computer

And now I list my specs

 

Dell Precision T3600

The Main PC

Intel Xeon E5-1650 (6c 12t @ 3.2GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1600MHz

EVGA GTX 1050TI SC
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB

SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB

Windows 10 + macOS High Sierra

still waiting on Mojave NVIDIA drivers wen eta

 

Dell Optiplex 780

The Server

Intel Core2 Duo E8400 (2c 2t @ 3GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1333MHz

GeForce 8400 GS Revision 3

WD Blue or something, 330GB

Ubuntu Server 19.10

 

Peripherals

HyperX Alloy Core

Roccat Kone AIMO

Steelseries $10 mousepad I bought at Walmart idk what it is

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1 minute ago, DaJakerBoss said:

有一些工具也可以将您的GPU RAM转换为虚拟磁盘,除非您有一个非常具体的用例,说实话,我只能想到一个特定的用例,但实际上并没有什么特别的。不值得的imo。

Capacity can be large, and maybe 1T high speed partitioning is worth it.

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Just now, Dunxuan said:

Capacity can be large, and maybe 1T high speed partitioning is worth it.

okay but you need enough RAM to be able to use it which is unlikely seeing as most users stick with 16GB


I got a computer

And now I list my specs

 

Dell Precision T3600

The Main PC

Intel Xeon E5-1650 (6c 12t @ 3.2GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1600MHz

EVGA GTX 1050TI SC
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB

SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB

Windows 10 + macOS High Sierra

still waiting on Mojave NVIDIA drivers wen eta

 

Dell Optiplex 780

The Server

Intel Core2 Duo E8400 (2c 2t @ 3GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1333MHz

GeForce 8400 GS Revision 3

WD Blue or something, 330GB

Ubuntu Server 19.10

 

Peripherals

HyperX Alloy Core

Roccat Kone AIMO

Steelseries $10 mousepad I bought at Walmart idk what it is

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2 minutes ago, DaJakerBoss said:

太酷了,但几乎到那时,我仍然看不到它对普通用户有什么用。对我来说,这很不错,因为我可以制作不同安装程序的img文件,并轻松地将它们保存在本地,但即使如此,它仍然真的使一个用例不满意

Yes, not very useful for regular users, but very interesting for enthusiasts.

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4 minutes ago, Dunxuan said:

Sorry for my poor english.The software can save the partition created by RAM as an img file and restore it.

No problem :). But like, I guess, whats the point? The issue is it can't save it out as a img file all the time, so if power is ever lost you lose what you were working on since your last "backup". Some applications definitely can utilize it, but I would think most that would be able to use it, would need A LOT of space, and at that point their software would likely be built to just utilize the RAM as RAM and not expect it to be a storage device. It is cool though.


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Used these for PCMark05 for the HDD test and just get blazing awesome scores.

 

However when the battery dies, you loose all the information.


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3 minutes ago, LIGISTX said:

没问题 :)。但是,我猜想像什么呢?问题是它不能一直将其保存为img文件,因此,如果断电,您将失去自上次“备份”以来的工作。某些应用程序肯定可以利用它,但是我认为大多数能够使用它的应用程序都需要大量空间,到那时,他们的软件可能会被构建为仅将RAM用作RAM而不期望它被使用。存储设备。虽然很酷。

A short power outage should be fine.

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10 minutes ago, Dunxuan said:

A short power outage should be fine.

If its in RAM.... as soon as the PC looses power, your data in RAM dies with it. If you have a UPS or something to keep power going during a short power outage, itll be fine yes. But that is assumes you have a UPS/battery backup.


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Headphones/amp/dac: Schiit Lyr 3 - - Fostex TR-X00 - - Sennheiser HD 6xx

 

Homelab/ Media Server: ESXi 6.5 - - 250 GB SSD for VM's/ESXi boot - - FreeNAS 11.3-U2 - - HPE Proliant ML10 Gen 9 backbone - - i3 6100 - - 28 GB ECC - - 10x4 TB WD Red RAID Z2 - - Corsair 750D - - Corsair RM650i - - Dell H310 6Gbps SAS HBA - - Intel RES2SC240 SAS Expander

 

White Lightning (original full watercooled build) - Homelab / Media Server - The Blue Beast (my car and other expensive hobby...) - iPhone Xs - 2018 MacBook Air

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Ramdisk is nice, I used it to cache my Nvidia shadowplay

because doing it on hard disk and sad wears them out


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Posted · Original PosterOP
18分钟前,LogicalDrm说:

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附件已被删除。请不要将任何替换文件或压缩文件直接发布到论坛。我们无法进行病毒或其他恶意软件审查。

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19 minutes ago, LogicalDrm said:

@敦轩

附件已被删除。请不要将任何可执行文件或压缩文件直接发布到论坛。我们无法对其进行病毒或其他恶意软件审查。

Can I post a download link?

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Can I post a download link?

For a known source, sure.


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the idea of WEAR protection actually sounds like a valid reasoning, if you have EXTREME amounts of data being short time cached in an ramdisk area, insted of completely destroying the lifetime of your SSD, could be a solution, if the software does not allow just to use it in normal RAM allocation.

 

 

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