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While computer hardware such as your RAM and graphics card are easy to identify in your system summary, things are not always as straightforward when it comes to your motherboard.
Depending on your motherboard and operating system, there are a few more steps involved. But luckily it’s still easy enough for novices to learn. Here’s how to quickly and easily answer the question: “What motherboard do I have?”
How to Check Your Motherboard With Command Prompt
You can easily check your motherboard model and serial number using Windows Command Prompt. On Windows 10, select the search field in your taskbar, type cmd, and press Enter.
Another method to open Command Prompt is to use the Run shortcut Windows + R and type cmd into the popup window.
You will not need to run Command Prompt as an administrator. Once your command window is open, you can prompt Windows Management Interface Command (WMIC) to check the manufacturer, model, name, and other features of your motherboard.
To do this, simply enter the following directly into Command Prompt:
wmic baseboard get product,manufacturer,version,serialnumber
The model of your motherboard is usually found where there is enough space for the large text to be printed. This can be below your RAM slots, between your CPU and GPU (as is the case with the Asus Prime B350-Plus, or under your GPU (as is the case with the Asus Prime B350M-A). If you’re not exactly sure what’s where on your board, check out our guide on parts of a motherboard and their functions.