How can I tell what Motherboard I have

  dawsonc 13:38 11 Sep 07
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I want to install some additional memory, but understand that it must be compatible with my motherboard ?

  A-Nonymous 13:39 11 Sep 07

GO to click here and get it to scan your PC. This will tell you what memory you are using and what your pc can take.

  Brad G 13:53 11 Sep 07

here's one ive used for many years which gives you all the info you will need about your system

CPU
Name and number.
Core stepping and process.
Package.
Core voltage.
Internal and external clocks, clock multiplier.
Supported instructions sets.
Cache information.

Mainboard
Vendor, model and revision.
BIOS model and date.
Chipset (northbridge and southbridge) and sensor.
Graphic interface.

Memory
Frequency and timings.
Module(s) specification using SPD (Serial Presence Detect) : vendor, serial number, timings table.

System
Windows and DirectX version.


click here

  User-1159794 13:59 11 Sep 07

A nice bit of software.

  johndrew 14:02 11 Sep 07

Everest Home Edition is also free and gives a lot of good information click here

  Marko797 14:07 11 Sep 07

you can get a full free systems scan from click here which is really useful.

  Marko797 14:09 11 Sep 07

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