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Establishing Motherboard

jbsheff

FPCH New Member
Joined
Sep 16, 2007
Messages
2
#1
could anyone please let me know how i might determine what type of motherboard i have in my pc. Thank you
 

danzil

FPCH Member
Joined
Jun 29, 2007
Messages
885
Location
Gloucestershire
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#2
take the side of the case of it will have it written on the board, usually near the ram slots or pci slots.
or download aida 32 google for it, get it from majorgeeks.
install that then click on motherboard, you could also try belarc advisor, or everest
regards
danzil
what is your make and model of pc, if it isnt home build and had parts replace, we maybe able to find out that way
 
Joined
Sep 26, 2007
Messages
39
#5
if the pc is home built how can you not know wot MB you are using ??

google for CPU-Z it will tell you all your hardware
 
Joined
Sep 26, 2007
Messages
39
#7
lol yeah
mine doesnt have one but i can undo thumb screws in a flash
(not that i need to ive pretty much memorised my specs, Cant remember much else though)