[Notebook/Desktop/AIO] How to check currently installed/maximum capacity of Memory and Storage

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Check the maximum capacity of Memory and Storage

  1. Go to the ASUS Official Website, click [Search], then input [Computer Model]and press Enter key of the keyboard. (The following takes F513IA as an example.)
    Here you can learn more about How to check the model name. (The model shown on the outer box is the marketing name, rather than the complete model name. Please follow this link to find your device's model name.)
  2. Select [Learn more].
  3. After entering the product page, select [Tech Specs].
  4. In the Tech Specs page, you can find the Memory and Storage specification in the Memory as well as Storage section.
  • Memory: It can be expanded up to 16GB. There is 8GB Onboard memory which cannot be replaced, and the SO-DIMM memory (memory module) can be expanded up to 8GB
  • SSD(Solid state drive): It can support up to 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD.

Note: If you need the storage expansion, please contact the local ASUS authorized service center for consultation.

 

If you cannot get the information you want on the ASUS Official Website, please contact ASUS customer service center for further information.

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Check the currently installed information of Memory and Storage

Method 1: Check the capacity of Memory and Storage via System information in MyASUS

  1. Type and search [MyASUS] in the Windows search bar, then click [Open]. (The left-side search illustration below is in Windows 11, and the right-side is Windows 10.)
    If there is no result searched that means your computer may not install it, and please refer to How to install MyASUS.
  2. Select [System info].
    Note: If there is no this page (Home) in MyASUS, that means your computer does not support this function, please ignore this step and go to Method 2: Check the capacity of Memory and Storage via System inforamtion in Windows. Here you can learn more about Why can I only see the partial feature in the MyASUS app.
  3. You will find the installed capacity of Memory and Storage in the System hardware section.

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Method 2: Check the capacity of Memory and Storage via System information in Windows

  1. Type and search [System Information] in the Windows search bar, then click [Open]. (The left-side search illustration below is in Windows 11, and the right-side is Windows 10.)
  2. After the System Information window is opened, you are able to find the installed capacity of Memory in the Installed Physical Memory section.
  3. In System Summary located on the left-hand side, double click [Components], then double click [Storage]and select [Disks]⑥ to find the installed capacity of Storage in the Size section.

    Note: If you want to check whether the installed drive is SSD, type and search [Defragment and Optimize Drives] in the Windows search bar, then click [Open]. (The left-side search illustration below is in Windows 11, and the right-side is Windows 10.)

    You will be able to check which one is SSD in the Media type section.

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