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What is my motherboard!? plz help


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Is there a way to know what your motherboard is without opening up your computer to check inside? its late here right now and I'm too tired to open it up :tazz: Plz help, thx!
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Click the link below and download Everest. It will tell you everything you could possibly want to know about your all your system

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thanks so much, i figured out i have a Dell Dimension 4550, good luck to me trying to get a good enough video card to play Battlefield 2 =/ Does anyone know a site that shows which video cards the motherboards are compatible with?
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