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Posted by on Sep 8, 2012 in Hardware News | 1 comment

AMD Radeon RAMDisk: The result of the agreement between AMD and Dataram

AMD Radeon RAMDisk: The result of the agreement between AMD and Dataram

Last year, surprised everyone with his foray to the market for modules for PCs and video cards with its modules AMD Memory ; those available in four editions: Values, Entertainment, and Edition.

AMD plans to launch an aggressive campaign to encourage all editions of its AMD Memory modules for desktops, and to achieve this has made an agreement with known developer of memory modules for servers, workstations and desktops, plus other solutions and associated services; agreement that will develop a special edition utility, which will be called AMD Radeon RAMDisk and come free with AMD Memory memory modules.

AMD Radeon RAMDisk loading times offer up to 525% higher in games and applications (better than that offered by SSDs), increasing performance, eliminating bottlenecks and improving the gaming experience on the PC.

AMD Radeon RAMDisk will be available from October to December this year, and although AMD or Dataram gave more details on its operation, we assume that this utility to create a to use by way of a fast disk cache, based on the Game and application profiles present in the Catalyst Control Center utility, which comes bundled with graphics cards, motherboards (chipset) and AMD APUs.

Link: Dataram Executes Agreement with AMD for Radeon RAMDisk (MarketWatch)

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  1. Interesting. Why would they only run the program from Oct through Dec? They don’t plan an ongoing sales push for the RAMDisk?

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