RAMExpert gives you a crystal-clear vision of your RAM (Random Access Memory) specification. It then recommends upgrade if appropriate. RAMExpert is a straightforward application designed to provide a simple method of retrieving extensive RAM information.
In addition to fetching RAM reports, the program also pinpoints empty RAM slots, encouraging you to upgrade your system in order to benefit from higher performance.
It is the to-go version of RAMExpert, sporting the exact feature set as the latter; the only difference is that the portable version doesn’t write to the system’s registry (as opposed to the installer edition) and can be carried around on a removable drive and launched on any computer.
RAMExpert is very intuitive and comes wrapped inside a user-oriented interface, being fit for all audiences, regardless of the level of IT knowledge.
Simply double-click the EXE file in order to launch it, then start exploring the report, which will be immediately fetched. The overview includes details such as number of slots, current vs maximum memory, as well as real-time stats of the amount of used RAM.
The program detects the slots that are currently occupied and delivers several details, namely slot name, capacity, manufacturer, model, type and serial number. Extensive specifications can be retrieved by pressing the ‘Get Specification’ button corresponding to each slot.
RAMExpert also shows empty slots, suggesting upgrades by redirecting you to Amazon where you can purchase this type of hardware (however, this is simply a recommendation, since you can acquire RAM from wherever you want).
In conclusion, RAMExpert is able to provide essential RAM information that is necessary for any computer user who wants to keep an eye on resource usage and computer performance.
• Clear RAM manufacturer data decoding
• Access to manufacturer’s specification
• Upgrade capability indication, based on motherboard empty slots
• Real time memory usage indication
• User-friendly interface
• Internationalization support
[New Feature] “Type @ Freq” for non-DDR modules (Kyle_Katarn) – resolved.
[New Feature] PC4-xxxx indication for DDR4 (Kyle_Katarn) – resolved.
[Refactoring] When type=Other, RAMExpert could try to “guess” from frequency (Kyle_Katarn) – resolved.