AMD entered a collaboration with Dataram to create "Radeon RAMDisk", a tool that aims to improve system performance by caching files into the RAM memory. A trial version can be downloaded at AMD Radeon RAMDisk, it enables you to create a RAMDisk of up to 6GB. The full version costs $18.99 and supports RAMDisks of up to 64GB.
This basically means that AMD has paid to develop an AMD-branded version of Dataram’s popular RAMDisk software. Nothing too earth shattering here, but we all know that RAMDisk can dramatically accelerate the loading and processing times of games, demanding software suites and web browsing. Various benchmarks have shown that using RAMDisk results in up to 525% faster game load times!