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How to check CPU and memory clock speed on the Linux command line

You can check the memory clock speed on a Linux system using the command lshw -class memory. This command lists all the memory devices on your system, including the clock speed of each. You can also use the command dmidecode –type 17 to get more detailed information about the memory installed on your system.

To check the CPU clock speed on the Linux command line, you can use the ‘lscpu‘ command. This command will display detailed information about the CPU, including its clock speed.

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