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Find out which chipset is there in my Desktop

Posted on 2004-03-25
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Cld someone plz tell me how to find which chipset in put in my PC?

reply asap!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Have you considered taking the side off the case and checking the actual chipset chips?  They should be clearly marked with VIA or Intel or nForce or SiS and you will have the chipset number below the logo eg:  Intel i440BX, Intel 815, 812, 845, 865, 875, SiS 615 etc
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What's the real issue here?  [why are you asking...]

I assuming you have a canned system, the specs should be on the manufacturer's web site....  and any appropriate update files as well.

Sandra is the bomb though, if you need PC info....   it provides way more than most mortals need.

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Yes I use sisandra

http://www.sisoftware.net/

This is a very useful freeware utility. It tells you just about everything on your PC. However you often need the latest database drivers from the microsoft download site.
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by:venishjoe
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Hai,
 
       If you can open the cabinet of your system then just check for a label which has some numbers such as KOB---(For kobian MB's) just note it down and goto the motherboard manufacturers website and input the model number you have noted down you can get the Chipset details along with its entire architecture.

Regards
Venish
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Thank you much.    : )
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