How do I find out what mobo I have?

By yodageek2063
Jan 28, 2005
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  1. I want to overclock my cryix 233mhz M-II-300. I read that you have to read the motherboard manual. I need to know if there is any program to find out what kind of mobo I have, or any other way I can find out. Thanks
  2. vegasgmc

    vegasgmc TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,760

    Try Sisofts Sandra. What brand of computer? I doubt you could OC that processor more than 30-40 mhz. Cyrix was at the low end of processors.
  3. Paul

    Paul Newcomer, in training Posts: 97

    on boot up it will tell you most of the time what manufacture you have select pause button and hold down on keyboard to read bios boot,if not you open the case and read info on board.
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