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Quickly Identify RAM Type Speed And Memory Timings

RAMMon is a very simple to use tool for Windows that allow users to quickly identify Ram type (DDR1/DDR2/DDR3), clock speed, manufacturer detail, and other data. These details are necessary when you (system administrators and computer geeks) want to replace the old RAM or add another one.

RAMMon can quickly retrieve Serial Presence Detect (SPD) data from the RAM Modules installed in your computer. It uses SysInfo DLL SDK to gather SPD attributes from RAM devices.

Depending on your RAM (memory) model, RAMMon displays the values stored on the memory module such as the memory capacity, the manufacturer, serial number, model part number, the CAS latencies supported, module voltage, module thickness, module width, maximum operating temperature and more.

RAMMon is free for personal use and supports Windows 7, Vista and XP. You can download RAMMon at source.


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