not really, the only reason for virtual ram really is to help your computer out if it is already using all of the physical ram.
The problem with using virtual ram is plain and simple, it is not as fast.
Physical ram, is much much faster because there is a direct bus to the physical ram connecting it directly to it's own section of the CPU which is made to process this memory.
Using Virtual ram is slower, because it has to go through the part of the CPU that deals with the hard drive, and then be processed through the Memory controller.
Bottom line is, to get better system performance, get physical ram, and get a lot of you want a lot
virtual memory is just a fail safe