How to identify your Motherboard model in Windows 10 – Tutorial

First, press Win + R And type in cmd and press OK Type in: wmic baseboard get product,manufacturer,version,serialnumber All in one line, you will find it in the description below Press Enter Here is your motherboard model name under product All done!

41 thoughts on “How to identify your Motherboard model in Windows 10 – Tutorial

  1. C:Userspost>wmic baseboard get product,manufacturer,version,serial
    Node – KRIPOSG10
    Description = Invalid query

  2. C:WINDOWSsystem32>wmic baseboard get product,manufactuer,version,serialnumber

    Node – MICU-PC


    Description = Invalid query

  3. it's serial number is……. DBE0D1100172700B5E30A1 and even google doesn't know what the heck is that, i still know it's b350 am4 but nothing else

  4. Thank you! I spent half an hour trying to boot up BIOS or some of that stuff to identify it, but the F12 keystroke wasn't identified.

  5. "Open the Run command ([*Windows key*] + [*R*]), type msinfo32 and click on OK to open System Information*. Click on *System summary and you'll get an overview of all your hardware components. Search for an entry named Motherboard (or *Baseboard*): "


  6. Thank you so much for making this, even though I wasn't someone to request you to do this! My iBUYPOWER PC has gotten a bit under the optimal gaming expectations it promised, and I really need to find a better GPU that fits the motherboard… along with a new CPU that isn't an i7.

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