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I can't find out what motherboard I've got. I know its ridiculously simple, but I just don't know where to look.

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Type in google 'sis sandra' and download the application, it will give you all the details about your system.
 

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Either pull the side of the case and look for details written\printed on the board directly, or a simpler solution is get Everest (in sig) and run that, it will list your hardware, now remember that it isn't a guarantee to get it right, and is no replacement for getting it directly off the board, but I've yet to see it give me the wrong info.
 

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Glad to be of help, Everest is good too, but i feel the sis sandra software gives you information in greater detail with benchmarking tools, stress testing , and is updated on a regular basis.
 
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