PassMark RAMMon ™
V1.0 (Build 1015)
Latest release date:
31 Mar 2015
Free for personal use. Company license is US$15.00 per license.
Windows XP, 2003 Server, 2008 Server, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
32 MB RAM, 2 MB of disk space
RAMMon is an easy to use Windows based application that allows users to quickly retrieve the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) data from their RAM modules. It will allow users to identify a multitude of attributes, of which, includes the manufacturer, the clockspeed and other data of their DDR2, DDR3, XMP and EPP memory devices and even some older memory types. It uses SysInfo DLL SDK to gather the SPD attributes from RAM devices. This information provides a snapshot of the available data for each RAM module installed on the system.
What is SPD?
Serial Presence Detect (SPD) is the standard set forth by JEDEC for a host system to retrieve attributes of memory modules. The SPD standard is intended for use on any memory module, independent of memory technology or module form factor.
RAMMon displays the values stored on RAM module such as the memory capacity, the manufactuer, serial number, model part number, the CAS latencies supported and the module voltage.
Also, depending on your RAM type, other specific SPD data can be retreived as well. Such as the module thickness, module width, maximum operating temperature and more.
RAMMon is free for personal use. Company licenses can be purchased for US$15.00 per license. Discounts apply for multiple licenses.
For a quote on multiple licenses or more information, please contact
While testing has been performed on approximately 20 different motherboard chipsets, we believe the following chipsets should work without any problem. Should you encounter a chipset that doesn't work, please let us know by following the instructions under the "Support" section in the help manual. Send in the files that are created for further analysis.
ATI (currently AMD)
- SB810, SB850
- nForce 4 MCP
- MCP 78
Double click on the rammon_x##.exe installer file to run the RAMMon installer. Additional information is provided in the included HTML help files. You can view them from RAMMon's help button/menu or open the start page "index.html" in the "HELP" folder.