While searching for a quick method of checking a systems memory type, I stumbled upon the dmidecode tool. Dmidecode was able to pull all of the memory information from my motherboard. Including open memory slots and values of the occupied ones. Usage Usage: dmidecode [OPTIONS] Options are: -d, --dev-mem FILE Read memory from device FILE (default: /dev/mem) -h, --help Display this help text and exit -q, --quiet Less verbose output -s, --string KEYWORD Only display the value of the given DMI string -t, --type TYPE Only display the entries of given type -u, --dump Do not decode the entries --dump-bin FILE Dump the DMI data to a binary file --from-dump FILE Read the DMI data from a binary file -V, --version Display the version and exit dmidecode run without any options will dump everything it can determine from the Desktop Management Interface (dmi).