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How do I determine the amount of RAM? by Stretchwickster
Posted: 26 Feb 03 (Edited 18 Sep 09)

Update: I have applied strikethrough formatting to my original code (written a number of years ago) in the code block below, so that it remains recorded.

However, please see the following very helpful and up-to-date (as at 10 Sep 2009) thread by Griffyn:
thread102-1568664: Determining the amount of RAM


CODE


function GetRAM: String;
var
  memory: TMemoryStatus;
  memoryAmount: Double;
begin
  memory.dwLength := SizeOf(memory);
  GlobalMemoryStatus(memory);
  { calculate RAM to the nearest MB }
  memoryAmount := RoundTo(memory.dwTotalPhys  / 1048576, -2);
  Result := FloatToStr(memoryAmount) + 'MB';
end;

Sources:
http://www.swissdelphicenter.ch/torry/showcode.php?id=94

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