RAMTester, a new memory checking utility, unveiled
The RightMark team unveiled a beta of the new RAMTester Utility intended to check memory for reliability under 32/64-bit Windows using virtual addresses.
It writes various bit patterns into memory and then reads and compares them with reference.
Since the check is qualitative, you might want to use DOS-based programs that work with real addresses to obtain more quantitative information.
The utility works with available free physical memory, and you can check any amount of it.
To get to know the amount of the free memory, you might want to use Windows Task Manager ("Physical Memory Available" in the Performance tab).
The new program works with multi-way SMP and HTT systems as well as various memory types, including SDRAM, DDRAM, RDRAM, etc.
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