11602 | ceatc0 | 10GB RamDisk (Kingston 1333MHz DDR3 ECC REG @ 1066MHz)
It is so amazing to see how the speed of mass storage is getting close to RAM speed these days. RAM is now only 20-30 times faster than SSD. Because I am using "Registered" memory modules (mainly used by servers), they are 1 clock slower than "Unregistered" memory modules (mainly used by desktops and workstations). So the actual speed of your RAM can be even faster than this.
Also, the size of RAM is getting large now - my rig has 24GB so using 10GB to make a RAM disk is fine for me.
Because my RAM Disk is not 4K aligned - it is "BAD" :-p