Sure. Install the dmidecode port (from /usr/ports/sysutils/
dmidecode), and run:
dmidecode -t memory
Of course, this relies on the BIOS reporting the memory properly. In
my case, on an Asus P5B motherboard, it reports the RAM at 533 MHz
(DDR2-533), even though it's set in the BIOS to run at DDR2-800.
So, your mileage may vary, but as long as the BIOS is reporting it
accurately, dmidecode is the way to go.
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