Thts tru vrrom, the crucial is a good worth and value for the money, well todays SSD are like all the same. I remember back ago around 5 years with my first intel 80 and then 160SSD sata 2, when the competence were with lies about the sppeds (sequential) but intel were the number one..
A lot of things have changed, now intel do not produce its own chips, now intel SSD are for the thrash, yes believe even the news pcie express, nothing new from the last 2 years and will be no more performance, as they stop on the random read / write, and this is were the speed and performance of the suystem is notable, but again they now only goes putting more and more chips in raid, to get more sequencial speed, this does not improve the performance.
Now we need to look at RAM drive.
Sometime ago 2-3 comapnies try with no success, primerafor the unculture of the medias / webs / promotion none, but the future will be based on ram disk as they have in orderof 700+MB ramdom read/w vs currently max 35MBps on drives like the 84' pro