You probably have 32 GB ram, not gHz... gHz is a frequency reading
And, yeah, with 32 GB RAM, your system should never be paging to disk at all. Page file was something you had to do in olden days when RAM was limited and very expensive - back then the guide line was a page file at least equal to or up to 2x the amount of installed RAM (That was official word for NT4) .
Even back then, if you found your system was paging to disk much it meant a RAM increase was urgently needed, as paging to disk is a order of magnitude slower or more than reading from the memory buss. The page file just existed to keep the system from crashing completely.
But if you are able to eat 32 GB of RAM doing ANYTHING in windows...just, wow.
You'd be fine to just disable it entirely.