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Old 12-22-2005, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey. Long time lurker here, this site's great for help when I need it. Just now deicided to make an account. Well anyway I've got a DFI ak74 rev a.2 motherbaord. How can I figure out if it's a ak74-ec,ac or sc. I received it as a gift so I dont have the box or anything. So any ideas on how to find out what version it is?
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EVEREST Home Edition is your best bet. It'll give you semi-detailed information all over your computer. Helps with overclocking, temps, and any kind of info.

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Sweet, thanks guys. I'm thinking the person who I got it from might have the package it came in or manual laying around somewhere so i'll ask them if these don't work. by the way, does any one know about overclocking with the ec or sc? I'm pretty new to the concept.
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