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Thread: What motherboard i have?




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    Where i can see what motherboard i have in Windows XP Professional?

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    Your best bet would be to download SANDRA. Its a program that besides benchmarking will tell you everything about your computer. Plus the trail version is free!!!!

    http://www.3bsoftware.com/downloads/sandra.html
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    Actually I'd suggest the use of Belarc Advisor as this will give a good report on what ya whole system has. ;)
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    thank you.

    Do you know any good Socket A mainboards? :hammer:
    I want to buy a new AMD! :devil:

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    Was the report really that bad? :?:


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    i want a new amd anyways :smokin: my current motherboard is Socket370 and the AMD processors are Socket A so.. :p

    : party ha

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    Cpu-Z is a quick download and gives ya that info too ... but I'm guessing you've already downloaded at least one of the others :D No matter tho, http://www.cpuid.com/ :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by aZe^
    thank you.

    Do you know any good Socket A mainboards? :hammer:
    I want to buy a new AMD! :devil:
    Well, what features do you want in it? And what price point are you lookin' at? Also, you'll want to get new RAM, since the stuff that is with that system is almost certainly not gonna work in newer boards---especially on an AMD platform.

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