How do I find my motherboard model?

How do I find my motherboard model? I've tried all kind of ways but the only thing I can find is that it's a type of the H87 (Haswell). Thanks.
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  1. Do you have a picture?
  2. Xeexuku said:
    How do I find my motherboard model? I've tried all kind of ways but the only thing I can find is that it's a type of the H87 (Haswell). Thanks.


    You can't find asus, gigabyte, msi, asrock, or any other brand scribblings?
    But yeah, please post a picture of it.
  3. I don't have a picture of it, and can't take one atm. All I could find was H87 ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. G10AC.
  4. I'm assuming this is part of a prebuilt computer?
    Could you give the name of the pc?
    Is it this pc? http://www.asus.com/Desktops/G10AC/
  5. I'm having trouble with this. Perhaps you could try checking it out in the BIOS. Either that, or check out the manual or documentation that came along with it.
  6. This is confusing, yeah... "-.-
  7. Try using Belarc Advisor, CPU-Z. dxdiag, wmic, etc. There are many ways.
  8. I have used CPU-Z, but under the section "mainboard," and on the model - it just says G10AC.
  9. Xeexuku said:
    I have used CPU-Z, but under the section "mainboard," and on the model - it just says G10AC.


    Yeah, I read that prebuilts tend to refer to the model rather than the actual motherboard. Perhaps you could check the product's website and put in a serial number. I figure there should be a serial number somewhere on the back of your desktop.
  10. I didn't find it in BIOS. I opened the case, but where can I see it? :S
  11. There may be a model number printed on the motherboard between PCIe slots. It is not a retail boxed motherboard, the previous link contains the BIOS updates, drivers and utilities.
    http://www.asus.com/Desktops/G10AC/
  12. What does "retail boxed motherboard" mean?
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