ulrich at barfuss-jerusalem.org
Tue Oct 18 23:12:25 UTC 2005
Am Dienstag, den 18.10.2005, 16:44 +0200 schrieb Vincent Trouilliez:
> On Tue, 2005-10-18 at 16:26 +0200, ulrich steffens wrote:
> > hi list,
> > before i shut the whole system down, open the case, etc... is there a
> > way to identify what kind of RAM is sitting on the mainboard?
> > i mean not the size but if its 266 or 333 or...
> > thanks in advance
> > ulrich > too lazy today ;)
> Hmmmm, if you do: "sudo dmidecode", the BIOS returns some info about the
> H/W, which includes some details about the memory slots. I get a section
> like this for every slot :
> Handle 0x0006
> DMI type 6, 12 bytes.
> Memory Module Information
> Socket Designation: A0
> Bank Connections: 0 1
> Current Speed: 10 ns
> Type: Other
> Installed Size: 256 MB (Double-bank Connection)
> Enabled Size: 256 MB (Double-bank Connection)
> Error Status: OK
> "Speed" is reported as 10ns. My RAM modules are PC2100, clocked at
> 266MHz (the rated speed I believe).
this was definetly the right direction! but unfortunately, the info
doesn't show if you're using pc2100 or anything other. i found a hint in
that info that says DDR3 which could mean 333, but it only could.
so i think lazyness has to szop and shutdown > open case > have a look.
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