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Two Apps to Identify RAM Modules in Your Computer

Upgrading your computer’s memory is one of the most useful upgrades you can perform, but you should know the installed memory type (DDR2, DDR3, etc.), its bus clock speed, etc. before upgrading. To know memory details of your system you can use applications like RamMon and RAMExpert.
RamMon analyses the RAM in your system and provides detailed information, so you can see which slots are in use and make sure any new memory you buy is fully compatible. It can also help you identify any problem with existing RAM modules.

RAMExpert gives you details about your RAM (Random Access Memory) specification such as manufacturer data and specification, real time memory usage indication and upgrade capability indication, based on motherboard empty slots. It then recommends upgrade if appropriate.

Both RamMon and RAMExpert are free application. RamMon is a much-advanced tool that brings lot of information about your RAM. Interested users can download both applications from respective links.


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