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Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager

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2021/05/01 09:28:35 (permalink)
Hello, i'm french and i've just noticed that ram speed, numbers of dimms, and form factor are missing in my task manager... is it due to my windows 10 version ? Home vs Pro ?
Or maybe Evga bioses lock thoses informations which prevents Windows to read and display them in the task manager ?

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/01 10:59:03 (permalink)
    I see it all on my PC in both Win10 Home and Pro editions..I would flash to the latest motherboard BIOS from the EVGA Download Center, or reflash it if you already have the latest version..Reset Windows 10 or a Repair Install would be other routes to take.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/01 11:16:40 (permalink)
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    Hello, i'm french and i've just noticed that ram speed, numbers of dimms, and form factor are missing in my task manager... is it due to my windows 10 version ? Home vs Pro ?
     

    I also do not show physical dimm information using the Memory tab in Task Manager. Only total ram size and memory in use. 
     
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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/01 11:32:35 (permalink)
    Could you folks post up an image so we are sure we're all looking at the same thing?
     

     
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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/01 12:07:30 (permalink)
    Win10 Home 20H1 and Win10 Pro 20H2
     
     
     
     
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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/01 12:16:50 (permalink)
    This is a pretty odd issue/Windows bug.  Not one reliable fix as far as I can tell. It's a problem with the OS correctly detecting and enumerating the memory. This has occurred on new OS installs and can happen on a working system after an update.
    Other than being an annoyance, it does not affect system performance.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/02 13:04:04 (permalink)
    Thanks to all of you for your answers and now i know that even the home edition can display those items in the task manager...but i've tried in my previous post to attach a pic (screenshot) there was an option to directly join it through an attach option... i will do it with the url method now... i precise that this is an installation i've made last december using an ssd containing a previous windows 10 home coming from my previous AMD DDR3 rig and i've reinstalled it with the option "keep all your previous settings" i didn't format entirely my ssd to keep all my games so that's not a clean installation... is it because of that ?

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/02 14:39:07 (permalink)
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    i didn't format entirely my ssd to keep all my games so that's not a clean installation... is it because of that ?

     
    Maybe so.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/02 17:37:28 (permalink)
    CPU-Z is by far the best place to go to check RAM specs, details, and speeds. Windows itself has never been particularly good for detecting detailed hardware info.


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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/03 14:20:43 (permalink)
    Ok Bob i will reinstall windows 10 after formatting my SSD when getting my next DDR5 rig, my windows system is correctly functionning except this lack of infos in my task manager... Yep Kougar i know this convenient software all is detected correctly through it, you can check 
    So that's not Evga biosses that generate that kind of bugs, sure ?
     
     

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/03 14:42:16 (permalink)
    It would be cool if you have enough free drive space on your SSD so you could partition it now and put a fresh copy of Win10 on the new partition just to see, won't take long..Then you can delete the partition at any time..If you have a HDD around, you could use that.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/04 12:40:58 (permalink)
    Yeah bob because i'm wondering if it wouldn't be due to Evga's biosses which could prevent windows to read those infos... you showed me your capture it works and you have those infos but you've got an Asus board... So perhaps it works with all manufacturers but not Evga which could kinda lock or act as a safeguard technology and the task manager doesn't access to those infos...

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/04 13:41:19 (permalink)
    Yeah, it's really hard to tell what the problem is without doing some in-depth troubleshooting..Could be the BIOS, update to the latest version..Check in Device Manager to see if there's a problem flagged for anything..Could be Windows, use the Update Assistant to 'Update now' to install the latest version or run Windows Update to get the latest version and updates..Try a clean install of Windows..Or not worry much about it, but things that don't work as they should really annoy me.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/05 16:06:22 (permalink)
    Indeed, that's not a terrible issue but as you say: "things that don't work as they should really annoy me" 
    Thank you for your help, you've given to me all the solutions but before formatting the ideal would be that someone here with a recent Z370/390/490 Evga board could check his own task manager in order to be sure... 

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/09 15:17:34 (permalink)
    I've noticed that on my EVGA Z390 FTW as well, might have something to do with how UEFI DMI info is being interpreted by Windows.

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/10 11:15:05 (permalink)
    Maybe...  Could you show me the capture of the ram infos in your task manager please ?

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    Re: Unable to see ram speed numbers of dimms in my windows 10 home 64 task manager 2021/05/10 20:06:31 (permalink)
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    Maybe...  Could you show me the capture of the ram infos in your task manager please ?




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    Meanwhile, this is what the Z370 FTW in my HTPC reports
     

     
     
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