BIOS RAMDisk?

MygMyg Member Posts: 6

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Just had a thought. What if Acer modified the bios to allow it to reserve a section of RAM to be used as a RAMDisk? Lets say you are maxed out in RAM (64GB) and you want a snappy and fast boot drive, you simply allocate 32GB of your RAM for the drive in the BIOS and when installing windows it shows up as a valid formattable drive?

The issue of course is the size of the BIOS battery which would need to be overhauled and replaced with something much more considerable and rechargeable in case of main battery drain/etc but I think it would be a very good direction to go in for the future when Laptops will support more then 64GB of RAM.
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