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  1.    #1  
    Hi,

    I have been searching around the forum and have heard many talk about how they monitor how much cache RAM is in use, and do soft resets to clear the cache on occasion. I have not been able to find where to find this info (amount of cache) on the 650?

    Thanks!
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    You need to use a 3rd party utility like resco explorer. There are also some freeware alternatives like clockpop etc. Do a search...
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    i believe all resco utilities have the "ram info" page (it does on my rbackup). you might want to give resco locker a try as it is freeware.

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    Great. Thanks for the replies!
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    May I humbly suggest KeyguardTime+, which shows this usage in several formats when holding a key. And a whole lot more.

    http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-...?KeyguardTime+
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmt
    May I humbly suggest KeyguardTime+, which shows this usage in several formats when holding a key. And a whole lot more.

    http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-...?KeyguardTime+
    That's what I was going to recommend too.

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