Question How I find true RAM speed?

Mar 12, 2020
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Hi, how do I find my true RAM speed? Task manager shows me 2400MHz, while cmd shows me 2666MHz. How task manager, cmd and cpu-z know RAM speed? Do they measure it or do they read it from some data?

I have Asus TUF GAMING fx505dt, Ryzen 7 3750h, so it should oficially support 2400MHz, but some sources says 2666MHz. I have HyperX 2666MHz with auto XMP or something like this, but my laptop doesn't have XMP option in BIOS.

Thank you.
 

Ralston18

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Open Powershell and run the following:

Get-WmiObject win32_physicalmemory | Format-Table Manufacturer,Banklabel,Configuredclockspeed,Devicelocator,Capacity,Serialnumber -autosize

Or, more specifically:

Get-WmiObject Win32_PhysicalMemory | Select-Object Speed


For more information/reference:

https://www.action1.com/kb/checking-RAM-type-with-Powershell-on-Windows.html

====== My results ==========

Manufacturer Banklabel Configuredclockspeed Devicelocator Capacity Serialnumber
------------ --------- -------------------- ------------- -------- ------------
029E000080AD 2133 DIMM1 8589934592 00000000
029E000080AD 2133 DIMM2 8589934592 00000000


PS C:\Users\UserNameHere> Get-WmiObject Win32_PhysicalMemory | Select-Object Speed

Speed
-----
2133
2133
 

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