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Old 09-11-2006, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I tell who made my mobo? I found one in a box of stuff I have and I have no idea the specs for it. I am sure I had good reason for keeping it, but can't remember. I have strained my poor eyes looking for some kind of info, but can't find diddly. No manufacturer info anywhere I can see either side.
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is it being used? also, what cpu socket is it, how many ram slots, all text found on board, matx/atx, if its got sata, what color it is, etc...as much detail about the board as possible, first tho, what type of ps connector does it have? a 20, 24, or a weird *** 12 or so pin thingy
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normaly board models are written in between the PCI slots (manufacture and models), if not there, then slight possibility to be near RAM slots.
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I found it. Thanks for the help. I have to tilt it slightly to make the light be just right to see it. It is just a spare that I had kept, nothing special about it.
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