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My MSI Ram drive was buggy so I stopped using it and now I use a SanDisk extreme to take some workload off my SSDs.

Windows temporary and my browser cache uses it but I wonder if what I am doing is bad for some reason. I made it so its not put to sleep because it was causing issues but I notice that even though its performance is more than capable its just not the same as using a Sata drive.

The sequential write and sequential mixed speed is about 60MB/s, its 4K write is about 8MB/s with 4096 allocation.

Its routine tasks such as Shadowplay and caching only require about 1-2MB/s.
 

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I'm using old Intel 530 128 GB as my swap. Working perfectly.

Flash drive is not exactly perfect for that. In particular if it's eMMC cheap model. Then swap will be as slow as writing floppy drive.
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