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Software to List All Components?

I've been wondering for a while now, is there any good software out there that can create a comprehensive list of all your tower's components? I.e., model, make, and specs of mobo, RAM, GPU, etc?

I have a couple of towers that I bought from other people and I don't know what the parts are, only the general specs. I want to upgrade some of the towers, so I figure I'll need all that information without tearing everything apart. Can anyone suggest anything for me? Thanks!
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  2. I use CPU-Z all the time http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
    Creates a nice log for you as well in text or html.
  3. Thanks guys. Sorry for not replying sooner, I'm being slammed at work everyday; it's busy season for me.

    Anyway, I'm going to try these two options out this weekend. Actually, I may just test it out on my work computer. I really appreciate the help, I'll reply with my feedback on both of them. Thanks!
  4. Best answer selected by Rannison.
  5. Hey guys, sorry for the late reply again. I tried out both software, and it was a tough choice. In the end I felt that SIW had much more extensive information, so I went with that one =] thank you both for the help!
  6. Happy to help,
    thanks for the vote :)
  7. CPU iD's PC wizard 2010 is probably the most extensive one ive used. it tells you everything about your computer
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