As the GC-RAMDISK is still in development, availability is
still a few months away. Pricing information is unavailable at this time but
expect similar pricing to the previous i-Ram.
quote: Won't the performance be limited by the SATA transfer speeds?
quote: Also, would normal error correction even work? The way I understand it, information that is read from memory is checked for corruption when error correction is used. However, what happens if there is an error found?
quote: Since DDR2 memory is non-volatile, a battery feeds power to the memory when the system is off to prevent data loss.