4 Methods To Find Motherboard Model And Number Of Your PC

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If you are looking to find the details regarding your PC motherboard then you are in the right place. In this article, we have mentioned a few methods using which you can check motherboard details like manufacturer name and model for Windows PC without having to physically open the system. You can use these methods to check laptop or even any desktop motherboard information.

There are various kinds of motherboards each with different usage and output performance. In most of the cases, all the motherboards look same physically but have different usage. This is where the model and its number comes into action. Using these details you can determine which type of motherboard you are using and what all are the features you get with it.

What Are The Uses Of Knowing The Model And Number Of Motherboard?

Knowing the motherboard’s model number and other information may be required if you are planning to upgrade the drivers online or buying any other additional hardware like a graphics card, or any others to upgrade the PC. As the existing motherboard should be compatible with the new update or hardware you should know the details of the motherboard.

You can also use the details of the motherboard if you are planning on buying any second-hand hardware or system. This way, with its model and number you can see whether it is worth buying or not as per your requirements. Without any further ado let’s start with the methods.

Methods To Find Motherboard Model Number

Here we have mentioned 4 methods with which you can get to know the model number for your desktops or laptops in just a few steps in each method. Let’s see what and how to do so.

Method 1 – Using System Information

1. Open the Run program simply by pressing Windows+R key.

find motherboard model numberHere type msinfo32.exe and hit enter or tap on OK.

2. This will open the System Information Window. Here you will be able to see the details of the motherboard and its model as System Model marked in the screenshot below.

using system information

Method 2 – Using DirectX Diagnostic Tool

1. Again, open the Run program, type dxdiag and hit enter or select OK.

using DirectX diagnostic tool

2. This will open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool. Under the System tab, you will be able to see the System Manufacturer and System Model.

using DirectX diagnostic tool

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Method 3 – Using CMD

1. Open the Command prompt. You can do it by inputting cmd in the Run program and then hitting enter or OK.

using command prompt

2. Once inside Command Prompt, use the following command – wmic baseboard get product, manufacturer, version, serialnumber and then hit enter.

using cmd command prompt

Doing this will get you the manufacturer name, product number, serial number and also the version of the hardware.

Method 4 – Using Third-Party Application

1. You can also use third-party applications to find the model number of your system motherboard. Here we have used CPUID application which is small in size and does the work in seconds. You can download it from their Official website for free.

2. Once you are done downloading and installing the application, open it.

using CPUID

The application will take a few seconds, in which it will scan the system. Wait until the progress bar reaches 100%.

3. Once the scan is complete, head over to the Mainboard panel.

using third party software application

Here you will be able to check motherboard details like manufacturer name, model, chipset and a few other information like BIOS Graphic Interface etc.

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Wrapping Up

Using these methods you will be able to find the model number of your Windows system motherboard, whether it’s a desktop or a laptop. You can use these methods on any version of the Windows – 7, 8, 8.1 or even 10. The first method will only let you know about the model while the rest of them will provide the model number information too. And these methods are fully trustworthy and easy to use. Do you know any other ways? If yes, then do share with us.

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Hitesh Sharma

Hitesh Sharma is a tech enthusiast who is always happy to learn and present new things regarding the social and online world. Loves to eat and sleep, who does not? Likes to explore new things and places, and always ready to share his part of the knowledge.

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