I would like to check my RAM configuration.
I know it is easy to check the total RAM installed on a computer (eg 32 GB), but is there an easy way to check in Windows if the RAM is e.g. 2x16 GB, 4x8 GB, 8x4 GB or 16x2 GB?
If you don't mind using the command line, WMI can do this and is native with Windows XP and newer.
There is a lot more data available, but it doesn't display well in the limited columns of a command prompt. You can export it all to a text file for easier viewing (don't forget to turn off word wrap):
And you can use those extra columns to customise the first command to give you, e.g., the manufacturer name, product number and serial number.
Yes, there a way to do this since
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Go to http://www.crucial.com, select the middle tab "system scanner" and run the plug-in. It will tell you the complete description of your memory configuration and the possible upgrades as well. It also give you other details related your motherboard, pc specific model, etc.