Sometimes you might want to figure out exactly what kind motherboard your PC is running on, it’s not so straight forward but there are couple ways you can do that inside Windows 7. Some of them require 3rd party add-on, but you can also do that inside Windows 7 natively. Here is how.
Native Method Find Out Motherboard Model (No Third Party Required)
The first way to find out your computer’s motherboard natively is by going to System Information. Under “System Summary” looking for “System Model” on the main page. There you should be able to find out what kind motherboard your PC is running on. You should be also figure out which manufacture the motherboard was build from and so on.
CPU-Z Utility Mainboard Tab
Yes, the popular free utility that lets you to see every little detail of your hardware configuration also allows you to see what the motherboard (mainboard) model is. You can download the CPU-Z utility here.