Powershell Tip: How many DIMMs are in a machine and utilised

Powershell Tip: How many DIMMs are in a machine and utilised

The following Powershell command will tell you the total amount of DIMM slots within a machine and what is currently installed within those slots, if anything.

Just save it as a .PS1 file and when you run it you will be asked for the name of the machine you wish to query. If you wish to query your own PC just enter “localhost” as the name.

$strComputer = Read-Host “Enter Computer Name”
$colSlots = Get-WmiObject -Class “win32_PhysicalMemoryArray” -namespace “rootCIMV2” `
-computerName $strComputer
$colRAM = Get-WmiObject -Class “win32_PhysicalMemory” -namespace “rootCIMV2” `
-computerName $strComputer

Foreach ($objSlot In $colSlots){
“Total Number of DIMM Slots: ” + $objSlot.MemoryDevices
}
Foreach ($objRAM In $colRAM) {
“Memory Installed: ” + $objRAM.DeviceLocator
“Memory Size: ” + ($objRAM.Capacity / 1GB) + ” GB”
}

Please follow and like us:
0
Comments are closed.