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Home » Motherboard
How to Find Out Your Motherboard’s Manufacturer and Model
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: September 5, 2012
Page: 2 of 5
CPU-Z

CPU-Z is a very popular CPU identification utility, which can also be used to identify your motherboard manufacturer and model. It can be downloaded here.

After installing CPU-Z, run it, and click on its “Mainboard” tab. On the screen that will appear, CPU-Z will give you the manufacturer and model of your motherboard, as shown in Figure 1. As you can see, we had an ASUS P5K-E motherboard in our computer.

Identifying your motherboard manufacturer and model with CPU-Z
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Figure 1: Identifying your motherboard manufacturer and model with CPU-Z

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