He did say it. Real RAM is very fast and lends itself to low latency audio applications. Hard drives or things like memory sticks are a lot slower. Fine for storing stuff and probably OK if you’re working on big image or text files, but not good for audio.
In a message dated 7/5/2007 12:59:45 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Now, I readily admit that I may have been misinformed although the person I talked to was an engineer as I have ZERO idea about this sort of thing, but could I ask you to please back up what you are saying with some idea as to why this would not increase memory performance? Just so I/we could understand it a little better. It seems odd to me that what is being labeled "portable virtual RAM memory" would in no way contribute to 1 gig of onboard RAM.???????
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