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Find out what the motherboard on my computer is

Is there any reliable software to obtain the specs of your motherboard?

This question is related to the one that I have posted before link here.

Forget the link, is there any other process to get the information without opening your system unit?

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marked as duplicate by Linker3000, tombull89, Nifle, slhck, random Sep 17 '11 at 1:53

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I suggest CPU-Z from CPUID It is an excellent utility, lightweight, requires no install, and gives accurate stats. Go to the link and check out the screenshot to see all the info it can display.

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If your system is running and working, you can use something like pcwizard or SIW - both of this uses WMI, and should be accurate even if the drivers for the device arn't installed (or device manager - all devices should be there, and driverless ones should have a !). In linux systems the lshw command does the same thing.

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