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I was wondering if anyone knew of a way of finding out what type of RAM you have on the computer? Finding out how much you have is everywhere but the type, I just can't seem to find it.

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Oops. I forgot to mention I wanted to check without going in the BIOS or opening the computer case. Simply by checking in Windows.

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Thanks. This does look like a sweet application.
But I was kind of wondering if it was possible without anything (downlaod, BIOS ect.). As in, if you are on someone else's computer or you are on a computer with limited access (where you can't enter the BIOS or install appllication...)

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Well I guess that's why I couldn't find it ;)
Thanks for the help and thanks for these sweet applications. I'll have to try them later.

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I've tested both applications and they work great.

CPU-Z is great because it's small and fast. You don't even need to install. All you have to do is run the exe.

the one on www.lavalys.com is great too. It's bigger and you need to install but it has a lot more features and information about your system.

Thanks a lot for the applications.

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