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How can I find out CAS Latency of a memory on Linux? I know that some applications on Windows can get it. lshw(*) command is very useful, but it seems ...
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    How to know CAS Latency of memory on Linux?


    How can I find out CAS Latency of a memory on Linux?
    I know that some applications on Windows can get it.
    lshw(*) command is very useful, but it seems that it can't get CAS latency.

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    did you try this as root ?

    lshw -C memory | grep clock

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