Whats on board

  123pete 01:02 16 Sep 2006
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Can you sugest a program that can tell me what my pc system is made of. (e.g ram processor, graphics, ect)

  bellababy 01:08 16 Sep 2006

I don't know if you will get all the info you want from here, but go to 'My Computer' right click it, and then select properties.

  rdave13 01:22 16 Sep 2006
  WhiteTruckMan 01:26 16 Sep 2006

its free, and available here
click here


WTM

  rdave13 01:43 16 Sep 2006

Sisoft sandra lite 2007 is a good analyzer of systems. Belarc is somewhat ok but never trusted it.

Anyway if you have downloaded sisoft then run the program and click on cancel the "tips" popup. Save for later when you get to know the program better.

Click on Hardware tab>>click on mainboard-mainboard, chipset..etc tab icon and wait for analysis.
This will show motherboard manufacturer and model number etc if you wish to use Crucial to define your ram.

  rdave13 02:10 16 Sep 2006

Another good program is click here .

Download and run. On left pane expand motherboard and look for SPD. Click on SPD and that will give you info on your ram. Strongly suggest that you confirm with Crucial, if you can manage it, then you'll be sure which ram modules to buy.

I bought mine off the infamous ebay for half the price and they work..:) Good luck.

  Totally-braindead 02:36 16 Sep 2006

Another is SIW click here

  DrScott 07:46 16 Sep 2006

and beloved by computer afficionados is CPU-Z:

click here download link is on top left.

  ed-0 09:53 16 Sep 2006

excellent choice for an indepth look at your cpu and memory.

  DrScott 10:37 16 Sep 2006

that's why I love it...

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