Is there a way to find out what motherboard you have without actually opening up the computer and looking at the model number? I've tried looking around in the device manager, but I haven't been able to find the motherboard, just things like motherboard resources.
It's not 100%, but Lavlays have an application that tells you a lot of the inside. Their list of mo-bos is long, so it's
worth a try. There is an evaluation-demo, so just google it. The app you're seeking is called 'Everest', and the
developer, as I said, Lavlays.
Best of luck to ya!
Yeah I like CPU-Z but it is a very basic program, that is why I like Sandra because it helps you understand the information and so on.