Example: Arma 2 Fist off create a new folder for putting the files you want separated from the main game folder ( remember were you took the files from). The ones I moved were the following as they are most likely the main streamed ones, these are all located in various locations in the main game directory. Cut and paste these files in your new folder and keep it somewhere as backup, you also need it to reload into the RAMdrive depending on how you use it. structures_e.pbo characters_e.pbo weapons_e.pbo plants2_Tree.pbo takistan_data.pbo takistan_data_layers.pbo tracked_e.pbo air.pbo misc_e.pbo roads_e.pbo takistan.pbo desert_e.pbo rocks2.pbo rocks_e.pbo plants2_Tree.pbo Roads2.pbo rocks2.pbo signs2.pbo signs_e.pbo The above files totals at 3.91gb altogether so I went for a 4gb RAMdrive, you can chop and change to suit yourself or do some testing and see what ones really are used most. Ramdisk time: I used Dataram RAMDisk but to have a bigger ram drive than 4GB you need to pay $15. I created a 4096mb unformatted ramdisk partition then formatted it as NTFS, copied the files to the ramdisk then with the Dataram program made a img of it and told it to automatically load it at start up. So when the system starts up the ramdrive is there with all required files. http://memory.dataram.com/products-and-services/software/ramdisk Now it's time to link those files to were they were moved from. Download this app for the symlinks, saves a lot of time and hassle. Link Shell Extension http://schinagl.priv.at/nt/hardlinkshellext/hardlinkshellext.html Go to the downloads section and get whatever one is for your OS/system. Install as per the installation instructions on the page linked. Once downloaded and installed it's time to link the ramdrive files to were they came from and how you do this is VERY simple. In explorer you select the files on the ram disk and right click and select Pick Link Source, after that you go to were the files were and right click in the right side of explorer and select Drop Symbolic Link. As long as you told it the right places were all the files are from it should work. Important shit: Don't disable pagefile, It can make problems like crashing. System startup will be slower due to the system making the new drive from the image on boot. For my needs at least and still only using a 4GB ramdrive turning the pagefile off has no ill effect although the system has 8 GB to run on so that might be why.