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Old 12-10-2006, 03:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all, basically I bought my PC about a year ago off alienware and they slapped on a bunch of alienware stickers on everything and i dont remember what RAM i have. Was wondering if there is any sort of test i can run that would tell me my RAM is (and other pc specs) ? Thanks

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Very simple solution, Press the start button in the bottom left corner, the pressss control panel, then press performance and maintenance, then the see basic information about my computer button.

Then it will load up the system properties tab, look at the botom and it should say the amount of ram along with CPU Speed.


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Download CPU-Z Install and Run it will show you your Memory speeds/frequancy
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