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Finding out what model name or number motherboard i have

I have an Asus motherboard. I dont know which one because it was givin to me 5 years ago so its at least 6 years old and i have no paper work with it. I am trying to find out which one it is so i can get the paper work to it so i know how to hook up all the wires to the right spot.If you can help me find out which one i have that would help. I need to know where on the motherboard i have to look to find out which one it is.Thanks Mark

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    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    are there any identification numbers on the motherboard at all?




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The Asus model will always be printed in fairly large letters on the face of the motherboard near the bottom. It's kind of hard to read at first, so hold it out in front of you at arms length.

Posted on May 13, 2009

  • Dan Todd May 13, 2009

    The Asus model will always be printed in fairly large letters on the face of the motherboard near the bottom. It's kind of hard to read at first, so hold it out in front of you at arms length.

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