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Topic # 14150 18-Jun-2007 18:39
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OK I have a question and here it is:

I am just wanting to know if I can check what RAM I have in my Computer without opening it? I would rather not open it, but have a look on my Computer first.  Cheers


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  Reply # 75066 18-Jun-2007 18:52
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CPU-Z by CPUID is a good little tool.

Try googling for it and you will find it.




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  Reply # 75142 19-Jun-2007 10:11
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Thanks yeah it was :)

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