I want to use some memory which is integrated in the motherboard, to make a ramdisk, so that the SSD won't be written to as an internet video buffer.
But I doubt that life of the memory would be too long if I do it like this.
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I'm not sure what you're asking...you just want to use your RAM as a RAM disk? That won't affect the life of your memory components if you do that. The only thing you'll risk is your data, since turning off power to the machine erases the contents of memory.