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see cpu/mem from sql command?

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is there a sql command to see the cpu/memory instantly from a ssms window? (of the sql server on which the instance is hosted)
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the above is for performance, right? I just want query to bring back how GB RAM and how many core CPUs etc.. basic hardware details of the server.?
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very good- thanks!
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