Get Windows 10 RAM Memory Details in Command Prompt

In Windows 10 without any third party applications you can get all RAM details like manufacturer, part number, serial number, capacity, speed, memory type, form factor in your Command Prompt. It will help to replace your faulty ram or upgrade your system with more RAM or just view the details. you can also check these details via Task Manager.

First open your Command Prompt. To open it in windows search type CMD or Command Prompt, then select Run as administrator option. Then type the following command press the Enter key to show all RAM details.

wmic memorychip list full

You can also use the below command to view the desired RAM details

wmic memorychip get devicelocator, manufacturer, partnumber, serialnumber, capacity, speed, memorytype, formfactor

If you need just the memory stick serial number then run the below command.

wmic memorychip get serialnumber

You can get the total amount of RAM installed on your computer and available RAM using below command in Command Prompt.

systeminfo | findstr /C:"Total Physical Memory"
systeminfo |find “Available Physical Memory”

Notes:

Speed in MHz
capacity in bytes

Supported memory type and its number:

0: Unknown
1: Other
2: DRAM
3: Synchronous DRAM
4: Cache DRAM
5: EDO
6: EDRAM
7: VRAM
8: SRAM
9: RAM
10: ROM
11: Flash
12: EEPROM
13: FEPROM
14: EPROM
15: CDRAM
16: 3DRAM
17: SDRAM
18: SGRAM
19: RDRAM
20: DDR
21: DDR2
22: DDR2 FB-DIMM
24: DDR3
25: FBD2

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Example: 24 means its DDR3 memory

Supported form factors and its numbers

0: Unknown
1: Other
2: SIP
3: DIP
4: ZIP
5: SOJ
6: Proprietary
7: SIMM
8: DIMM
9: TSOP
10: PGA
11: RIMM
12: SODIMM
13: SRIMM
14: SMD
15: SSMP
16: QFP
17: TQFP
18: SOIC
19: LCC
20: PLCC
21: BGA
22: FPBGA
23: LGA
24: FB-DIMM

You can also view the memory related details in your Task manager. For that in windows search type Task manager, then select Open option in task manager search result. Or press (Ctrl+Alt+Delete) and select Task manager. Then click the Performance tab and after that select memory from the left sidebar option. That’s all.

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