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  1. Hi CA Community: I had seen a posting here that its possible to have the Raspbian OS to run in RAM and not depend on the SD card, hence, able to restart RPI everytime vs leave it on. I am using a RPI3 + Hifiberry Digi + WiFi for my renderer. I am not able to find the article so far and reaching out to you kind folks to give me a pointer on how to do this. I did see the use of tmpfs and making the SD card read only in google but am hoping to hear from this community for a music only implementation. Thanks, Ahmed
  2. Low voltage memory

    Hi everyone In thinking through the build for my music playback machine (based roughly on CAPS), I had a thought about the memory. Many boards support both low voltage and regular voltage memory. Is one, theoretically, inherently better than the other? I can imagine that low voltage memory would draw less power and thus would induce less jitter. At the same time, with low voltage pushing out ripple noise may be harder. I genuinly don't know. It could also be that it doesn't matter. What is the opinion here? Does it matter which type you pick? And why? Thanks!
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