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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Is there a program that can tell you what components you have in there? It was a custom built jobby a few years ago and i cant find the receipt with the list of parts that was in it.
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
device manager?
#2
its in control panel
banned 1 Like #3
Everest Ultimate edition works well for me if, for those saying control panel and device manager wrong answer, that tells you 1% of the story.

http://download.cnet.com/Everest-Ultimate-Edition/3000-2086_4-10499291.html

an example (not mine)
http://www.findmysoft.com/screen/70283.gif
#4
Everest Home Edition
1 Like #5
snarff;6672226
Everest Home Edition

what they said. Best program IMO
1 Like #6
lumoruk;6672220
Everest Ultimate edition works well for me if, for those saying control panel and device manager wrong answer, that tells you 1% of the story.

http://download.cnet.com/Everest-Ultimate-Edition/3000-2086_4-10499291.html

an example (not mine)
http://www.findmysoft.com/screen/70283.gif

i diddnt give the wrong answer device manager is in control panel,i said nothing about it being the best choice lumoruk:)
1 Like #7
Or use a non-install program SiW it reveals passwords too.

http://i33.tinypic.com/15o9q8x.jpg
#8
You start with a Motherboard that will house your CPU (processor) that suits it. Then you have a CPU cooling fan. In addition to this is your graphics card, probably a PCI e card now. Then you need memory, possibly 2 or 4 gb of 800 Mhz memory. Then there is your Hard Drive(s). If your looking at upgrading you can possibly keep memory and hard drive, depends on your budget. What are you trying to do? Of course this lot sits inside a case that may or may not need a new power supply.

Its easy putting them all together, the fun comes when you cannot get it to work :):)
#9
thanks everyone - Appreciated
#10
or CPU-Z

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