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I am looking to improve the performance of my computer, is there a place that I can go to check my RAM frequency? I can't seem to figure this one out.
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To view your RAM just open up your Control Panel, click System and Security, and then "View amount of RAM and processor speed" If you're looking to find the actual speed of your RAM, you need a 3rd party program to do that.
The highest Ram Speed you can get from your memory modules/RAM are always written on its body.
However you can check the RAM speed from your task manager like shown in this post of RAM Frequency increment or overclocking guide.
Mostly with out overclocking you DDR4 RAM should be running at 2133MHz.
Hope it helped you out. I will really appreciate your feedback.
It should list the frequency on the actual stick of RAM somewhere, generally.
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