*Practically*. I'm guessing you fell for it too. It will only save snapshots of the game you were in for quick resume. Not "virtual memory*, so it can't use the SSD like ram. Big difference, as it won't make up for physical memory. It's the same thing as putting your computer in hibernate mode, or how your phone saves a "screenshot" of the app you were in, when you switch back and forth between them. You shouldn't say RAM won't be an issue, because of the SSD, because that's not how it works, at ALL.Um, we've known about this since June 2019.
-Microsoft's Head of Gaming, Phil Spencer
It's in German. Use translate.60 neue Spiele, eine neue Xbox-Konsole (Project Scarlett), Cloud-Streaming, neue Spiele-Abos und vieles mehr - Microsoft verkündete auf der E3 2019 jede Menge Neuheiten. Unser US-Korrespondent Roland Austinat setzte sich anschließend mit Phil Spencer zusammen, um mit Microsofts Spielechef tiefer...www.pcgameshardware.de
Phil's quote confirms this, as there is no SSD that comes close to ram access speeds. No where near it. And no one would use an SSD to supplement ram, as the SSD would fail in no time, and die to too many read/writes on the drive. There goes all the same games, game installs, profile, etc, because the SSD burned out for the 3rd time this year. That's what would happen if it was used like ram.