How To Check Motherboard Model
If you are considering upgrading any components in your PC or acquiring new drivers for any hardware, you will first need to know how to check your motherboard model information. This is actually very easy to do, and will just take a few moments. The motherboard model is written right on the component, so, checking the motherboard model is as simple as opening the computer and taking a look.
To check the motherboard model, you will need:
- a clean, static-free workspace
- a Phillips head screwdriver
- Set your computer someplace that is clean and static-free, since you will be opening up the case. You want to ensure that you do not get any dampness, dust or dirt inside the machine while you check motherboard model information.
- Undo the screws that hold your case together. In some cases, this will not be necessary, since some cases can be opened just my depressing a button. Make sure that you put the screws in a safe place.
- Find the label on your motherboard that shows the motherboard model number. This label is usually between the PCI slots on your motherboard. Be sure to also note the version number.
- In some rare cases, the motherboard model will not be listed. In this case, you can sometimes find it by writing down the serial number of your motherboard, and using that to check motherboard model information on the internet.
- Close up the case and redo the screws that hold it together.
- When you check your motherboard model information, write it down on your case so that you do not need to check again if you ever need this information again.