QUOTE(Alex548 @ Jan 26 2007, 05:28 PM)
PC's are pre-configured to use Virtual RAM to make things go smoother and run more efficiently.
Of course, you can turn off the Paging files and force your PC to run strictly through your RAM.
Doing this may cause some instabilitiy issues and everytime I've done this, it affects my shutdown capabilities (PC never shuts down when I tell it to).
If you have more than 1 gig of RAM, go ahead and turn off VRAM if you'd like. If you don't like the results, simply turn it back on. If you're running a 5400RPM hdd, you're better off turning off your VRAM anyway.
i indeed have a 5400RPM hdd. its in a laptop.