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RAM Speed

how can I find out whats the speed of RAM I have in my windows xp machine?? I know i have 512mb but how can i find out if its pc800 pc or 1066?...i need to know the mhz speed...........is there a utility i should download?? ir can it be doen from windows?? ps i dotn not want to open up the computer and physically see..
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James Hilloya
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CrazyOneCommented:
I think one or both of these will

system information tool
AIDA32
http://www.aida32.hu/aida32.php

Belarc Advisor
http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
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CrazyOneCommented:
Yeah with AIDA32 open it to
Motherboard > SPD and you will see it there
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SNilssonCommented:
Amazing ... Samsung MR16R 082GBN1-CK8 PC800 at 400mhz.
This helped me also.. I'm to lazy to open the box :)

More Points to CrazyOne I guess, and well deserved.

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James HilloyaAuthor Commented:
thanks for yur help but none of those downloads worked.........the first one is dos based when i try to run it form a dos prompt i get errors something about 32 bit envron ment........the sedonc one does not tell me the speed it only tells me tha amount of RAM but the the speed of RAM
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william200mphCommented:
Do'h, just as I was looking up about programs, other people nipped in before me! lol
Try this one: http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/index.html?dir=&location=sware_dl&langx=en&a=
The page should detect your OS, etc.
Follow the link to download it (not the professional one, unless you want to pay).
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SNilssonCommented:
It does work, and it's not dos based, you must have downloaded the 16bit version
http://www.aida32.hu/aida32.php

aida32ee_385.exe  is the name of the install file, works like a charm
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James HilloyaAuthor Commented:
yes you are right ..thanks!!:-)
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