@doveman: What limitations are there on the free edition of Vsuite?
The main one is that the "Reserve First x MB of Invisible Memory" is disabled. With my MA780G-UD3H, using the IGP, the BIOS automatically seems to use below 4G for the IGP memory, so it just works. On my Biostar TA790GXBE, there are manual settings to use below 4G for the IGP and to disable Memory Hole Remapping. I'm not certain I needed to do the latter, but Vsuite Free worked fine with those settings.
Another disabled feature is "Support IM Hibernation", but I just use Suspend so that doesn't bother me.
If you don't want to put the pagefile on the RAMdisk, Dataram RAMdisk is another free option, which does allow you to reserve part of the Invisible Memory. However, it doesn't initialise in time to be ready for when the pagefile is created. It works just fine for temp files though, at least as far as my limited testing went, but unless you need the "reserve" feature, Vsuite is a much nicer piece of software.
Edit: PS if it is a modern flash drive you probably don't have to worry so much about flash writes unless you are watching things 24/7. But if you are trying to save power maybe it's worth it? I like keeping my HDDs from spinning up with a ramdisk for noise reasons.
I use a simple RAMdisk on my HTPC as well, as when watching LiveTV the software (Mediaportal) constantly creates buffer files to allow for timeshifting, so by locating those on the RAMdisk, it stops the HD being constantly in use