In windows, CPUz provides info about memory timings. Is it possible to view that in linux? Is there any app that can show me the memory timings of the RAM currently installed in my system?
EDIT: I want to know the CAS latency. CPUz screenshot:
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Memtest will show you the timings and I found on the ubuntuforums that i2c-tools will give you what you're looking for with these commands:
sudo modprobe eeprom decode-dimms
This worked for me:
sudo aptitude install i2c-tools sudo modprobe eeprom sudo modprobe at24 sudo modprobe i2c-i801 sudo modprobe i2c-amd-mp2-pci sudo modprobe ee1004 decode-dimms
decode-dimms needs the correct module to be loaded to be able to read the DIMMs. It is unclear to me exactly which one worked for me, but I guess it depends on the chipset in your machine.