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Old 01-28-2007, 03:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Can't ID My Motherboard

Please assist in identifying my motherboard. Opening up my case, I've written down the following numbers:

(Adjacent to the CPU)

Model: Connolly
CRUus (The "R" in "RU" is spelled backwards and in much larger font than the rest of the letters)
E187242 F2

In another location on the motherboard there's a black square chip marked "Intel" with black lettering all across. I've written down the following numbers:


I forgot where the following number came from, but it was also written on the motherboard:

DS/N CN-0WG261-69861-5AS-02AC C/O CN

Other clues to narrowing down the motherboard. There are four ram module slots. The current modules are DDR2 533mhz.

The CPU is a Pentium 4 3.02ghz with HT (hyper-threading).

The mobo has integrated sound, although, not sure if it has integrated video as I have a separate video card.

Please let me know what else I can do.

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download cpu z it will tell you what mobo it is
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