How would I determine the RAM latency in Windows 10 using wmic memoryChip or related commands in command prompt or else a related, built-in tool.
I'm not that trusting of third-party software that taps into my system's hardware, so please don't suggest that as a solution.
Reason for my question -
I have two slots of single channel ram installed in a PC I purchased for a family member, but need to upgrade. I don't particularly want to purchase dual channel ram for the entire PC and I'd rather take advantage of the 12 GB already in use on the PC rather than just throw that out. My understanding (perhaps incorrect) is that it is only single channel if I don't match the latency to new memory in the matching dual channel slot on the motherboard. Having the latency would allow me to purchase two matching memory modules.