All I'm saying is that AMD's RAMdrive isn't an advanced reinvented wheel. Don't get me wrong, 1700 isn't too bad (assuming that claim isn't... "adjusted"), but I don't think its speed is too much different than any other RAM drive. I could be wrong, but it seems to me that the real speed difference comes from the RAM chips, themselves. Of course, I could be wrong, as IMDisk is the only software I ever really use.
I'm not sure what moving your page file to your RAMdrive will accomplish. If, for example, you move 4 gigs of your page file, it might take 8 gigs of Ram to store it. OK, maybe it won't take that much (in fact, I have no idea how much it will actually take), but you get my point. All that will do is make a larger page file, which will eventually be stored on your hdd. Perhaps maybe you could simply make it smaller, that might be a better solution.