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Drago337

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Is there a free program out there that will tell you what Processor you have installed and the max you can upgrade that motherboard to?
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rshaffer61

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Yep the manufacturers website of the motherboard.
Is this a name brand system or a custom built?
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It is custom built, I can find the manuf for it by using crucial.com.
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