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Old 07-16-2009, 05:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Find out what RAM type you have in Linux

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To check what RAM memory type yo have installed (and also see other useful information about your system), do a sudo dmidecode. Depending on the version of dmidecode you have installed and the hardware configuration you have, each hardware device will have a certain type number assigned t it. On my machine, the RAM has type 6. So to see what RAM type and speed you have, do a sudo dmidecode –type 6.

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sudo lshw works too.


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