Soul--Reaver Posted December 2, 2012 Share Posted December 2, 2012 If you look at the resource monitor in windows 7 you'll notice there are 6 different types of memory information shown. Hardware reserved In use Modified Standby Free Cached (this is Modified + Standby) Aida64 only shows a portion of the above types. Personally i'm interested in the standby and modified amounts of memory usage so that i can get them displayed on my Logitech G15 LCD display. if you are really ambitious you can have a look at the Rammap tool from Sysinternals. That tool shows even more information about memory usage. but i'll leave that up to you to decide Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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