I have received a new machine at work with Windows 7 Professional x64 (OEM) preinstalled. It came with a single RAM stick (8 GB), and because the processor (i5-3330) is Flex capable, I have put in it a 2 GB stick of Kingston Value RAM that was getting dust at my home. Both sticks have the same voltage, frequency and even timmings, and the combo is working really great. Now I have 4 GB of RAM running in dual channel and the remaining 6 GB running in single channel. Is there any way to create a 2 GB RAM disk in the superior region of RAM? I mean, is possible to create the RAM disk in such a way that it would occupy a portion of the remaining single channel RAM, and not the first 4 GB that run in dual channel? I know that the difference between dual channel and single channel is not abyssal; anyway, if I could create the RAM disk in the single channel portion of the RAM it would be, of course, the best solution. At home I use SoftPerfect RAM Disk with excellent results. I'm willing to ask this question to its author, but before bothering him with a weird and maybe hopeless question, I would like to know what you guys would say.