The motherboard page of Aida32 should show you all you want to know about your mobo (it does for me) Same for memory, under motherboard/SPD. Grantsdale is Intel's name for the 915 chipset. If you are having issues running Aida32, try CPU-Z linked below to ID your mobo and memory. When selecting memory, use the memory advisors from Corsair, Mushkin or Crucial to ensure compatability. I should note that some computer mfg's like HP/Dell lock out that info from programs like Aida32 and cpu-z, in that case you would have to go to the mfg's website to check the specs.
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