Lucky me, I found one: BgInfo. Using this utility, it will generate a desktop image with that information you want to see.
I my situation, I will put a shortcut in the startup to run this tool once, so I will see the system information on the desktop after I login. And it doesn't affect the system performance, because it run once, it generates a desktop image and that's it
Shortcut at startup:
C:\SysInternals\BGInfo\Bginfo.exe General.bgi /TIMER:0
The General.bgi file is a configuration file you can download here.
You can edit this file to your specific needs. Check the site where you can download this little utility for more information.