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jrm20

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I know a system information program that will help out alot of people when they are wanting to know info about there pc without them having to open up the case to see if they have an agp slot or pci express slot ect..

This program lists many many things and will help out alot.

Its called Pcwizard2005 and free




http://www.cpuid.org...cw2005_v165.exe


Please pin this in System Building and Overclocking or hardware, thanks.
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There are alot of various programs that different staff members reccomend regualrly when needed, and there has been discusiion in the staff forums on the subject and there is work by a staff member on one for the forum. Basically we cant reccomend just one as there are different functions and some people only need a little information and thus need different software from those that want alot.
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You can also go to Programs>Accessories>System tools>System Information, and you will learn most of what those programs will tell you, because they get it from the same source.
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I know about the system resources, in the accessories menu from start menu.

The other programs show more info.

The one I listed shows way more info, temperature on all devices, everything you would ever need to know in one utility program that is actually easy to use.

Cpuz or cpuid is faster to run and get the basic info you need.
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Thats why different software suits different people most only need to use cpu z for our purposes. Also the site is supposed to be getting its own.
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Thats cool, and a great idea.
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