can someone help me figure out what motherboard i have?

my pc is a ASUS ROG CG8480

when i use DXDIAG in run it just says system model CG8480 so i went to the asus site its says chipset Intel® Z77 but which motherboard because cause there are loads of Z77 boards?

http://www.asus.com/Desktops/ROG_CG8480/
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  1. P8Z77-M Pro was what I could find, the easiest way for you to check would be to pop off a panel and look at the board. It will be written on there.
  2. getochkn said:


    nope not that one because mine as a lot of blue on it haha
  3. P1nnacle said:
    P8Z77-M Pro was what I could find, the easiest way for you to check would be to pop off a panel and look at the board. It will be written on there.


    i have taken off the back panel many times to replace the graphics card and psu but never noticed the MOBO model but i shall be upgrading from 8gb ram to 12gb in a few days so i shall have to have a look then but i must admit i have taken notice to what the mobo looks like and this one you mentioned looks an awfully a lot like it
  4. According to the web that motherboard inside that computer is customized. There is no model for that board
    But it does look like the p8z77-m pro
    Run CPU-Z and click on the motherboard tab, it should tell you what model it is.
  5. That is an Asus Desktop/Consumer PC/ ROG CG8480. The motherboard is not a retail box edition. The motherboard may list a name between the PCI express slots. The support files may be similar to a retail boxed motherboard but some will be different. The BIOS files will definitely be different.
    http://www.asus.com/Desktops/ROG_CG8480/#specifications
  6. As lp says, run CPU-Z.
  7. i shall run cpu-z soon as i have downloaded it also would you guys be able to tell me if i could install an extra 4gb ram in this pc because it came with a 8gb single module and i want to add another 4gb to make it upto 12gb ram because on the main site it says

    4 GB Up to 16 GB
    Dual Channel, DDR3 at 1600MHz
    4 x DIMMs
  8. 16GB max is either 2x8GB or 4x4GB, both of these setup runs the ram in dual channel.
    Already have a 8GB, then adding another 4GB making it to 12GB will be dual channel, but once you
    add another 4GB to max out at 16GB, it becomes single channel.
    Grab another 8GB and upgrade to 16GB.
    If that board is actually that Pro, then maximum ram is 32GB not 16GB.
  9. Dear Lady/Sir,

    Kindly I ask your attention. :)

    Go to Asus and do the Online Driver Update and the website lets you known the mainboard you have and the drivers you need.

    And you could download a program to check your system information like Lavalys and SiSoft Sandra or simular to it.

    Hopefully I let you known enough, that you will find the answers you seek! :)

    Good luck and have fun doing it! :)

    Best Regards,

    MeneerWitte

    PS:
    Merry Christmas & Best Wishes 2014! :)
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