I see, just for fun see what is reported in the system tab. Drive size model etc? I would guess people have figured out a way of creating a ram drive that can be tested as a physical hard drive. This has been done with optical drives for a long time. Another possibility is some type of very high speed external storage. I would guess these submissions are filtered out of the online results so no big deal really but it would be cool to know how it was done. Its to bad the baselines contain no info in their notes.
Edit: you beat me to it!
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