You can use one of the following methods to determine what motherboard is in your system.
- Look at the specifications listed in your system documentation or on the system manufacturer's website.
- Check the text that appears on the computer screen during Power On Self Test (POST) when the system is first powered on. The motherboard manufacturer and model may be displayed, or you may see a BIOS string that can be used to identify the board.
- Use a third party website like Wim's BIOS* or motherboards.org* to identify the motherboard using the BIOS string or part number.
- Look for a company name printed on the board part of the motherboard (not on the chips attached to the board). This part of the motherboard is usually green or tan colored. To do this, you will need to open your system case and look at the motherboard.
||Opening your system might violate your warranty. See your place of purchase or system manufacturer for warranty information.|
Identify an Intel® Desktop Board
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