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How do I tell what kind of Motherboard I have?
Where is it listed?

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open the case and look on the board for a name or go here and download a nd install aida32 http://www.aida32.hu/aida32-download.php
go to the motherboard section it should list what it is .

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Thanx

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How do I tell what kind of Motherboard I have?
Where is it listed?

If you are running Windows, AIDA32 will identify the motherboard brand & model, BIOS version, processor speed, and more. Unfortunately, development has recently ceased on this product.

There are alternatives, though. One recommended by the AIDA32 team is EVEREST Home Edition. Another well-known one is SiSoft Sandra. Either of these will provide a great deal of system information.

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Another good 'un is Belarc Advisor http://www.belarc.com/download

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how do i figure out who made this mobo/what it is? it is a socket 423 with a covered north bridge and a VIA VT8233 southbridge. there are no markings , brands etc.?? any ideas?? thank you prynas

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i failed to mention that i have no chip so i can't look at the post( don't know if it's worth buying a chip for) it does have phoenix bios , 3 ddr slots , onboard audio(realtek) SST/MPF Tt (is that a high point controller? that's all i know any info greatly appreciated prynas)

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This one works really well, I have two identification programs, this one will tell you what kind of socket it is, the fbs and the fbs multipliers, its neat! http://www.h-oda.com/

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how do i figure out who made this mobo/what it is? it is a socket 423 with a covered north bridge and a VIA VT8233 southbridge. there are no markings , brands etc.?? any ideas?? thank you prynas

Any other numbers anywhere? There should be some type of identifier/manufacturer markings screened on the board somewhere.

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