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Old 05-26-2014, 01:48 PM   #1
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Question Where do I find free software that will tell me what components are in my computer?

My computer is custom made and I do not have the manual for It and am trying to find out my system components (the cooling is one thing I really want to know) and the specifications for those components and the "Windows Performance Information", and "Device Manager." do not get the job done.

So PLEASE help me find some software to search my computer for the information about its components!

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Speccy - System Information - Free Download This is perfect for what you need.
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I use Lavalys Everest, you have to pay for it but you can try it out. It really helps.
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You don't say what motherboard you have MSI I know has a free download for a heat monitor that will give you information on how hot your system is running. Knowing the model number will be a great help. I can look it up for you if you wish.
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