4 Ways to Find out What’s The Motherboard Model Inside Your Windows 7 Machine

Sometimes you may need to figure out exactly what kind motherboard your PC is running on and you need to know that without opening the computer case which is usually buried under your desk with tons wires around it.  It’s actually surprising that it’s not that straightforward to get that info. Here are a number of ways that you can do inside Windows 7.

Native Method Find Out Motherboard Model (No Third Party Required)

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The first way to find out your computer’s motherboard natively is by going to System Information. Under “System Summary” looking for “System Model” on the main page. There you should be able to find out what kind motherboard your PC is running on. You will also find out which manufacture your motherboard was built from.

CPU-Z Utility Mainboard Tab

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Yes, the popular free utility that lets you to see every little detail of your hardware configuration also allows you to see what the motherboard (mainboard) model is. You can download the CPU-Z utility here.

Belarc Advisor

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This is another freeware you can download and run the system scan. It will generate a web page when it completes the scan. From the web page it generated, you can find a lot more information than some of the other tools out there. You can find not only your motherboard model from the “System Model” section but also some of the interesting things you might not know as well. For instance, I was surprised that it actually was able to find all the USB storage that my computer was connected to in the last 30 days.

Last Method Through Command Prompt

Let’s save the best in the last. Yes, you can find out your motherboard model from Windows command prompt (cmd) as well. Running the following command will give you the motherboard name and UUID etc. For more cool commands you can run from the cmd, be sure to check out this guide here on all the commands you can type to get system info from.

wmic csproduct get name,identifyingnumber,uuid

That’s it, use them wisely.

/updated on Oct. 10, 2014/

There is also another freeware called System Spec that you can use to gather the same information. It’s a tool that scans your computer and collects almost every single piece that runs inside your computer and displays all them to you in each categories.

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