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07jnh0 a00 mobo..original model?

johannesynt

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Hi, on my Aurora R4 i have this motherboard: 07jnh0 a00 (from cpuz), sandy-bridge-e X79..
Which is the original model? an asus model? i'd like to know the exaclty model...
A week ago i found the answer on dell site, but now i don't remember it and i can't find it...

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maybe a MSi X79A- model?
 

shankc

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Try a program called speccy by piraform that should do the trick for you
 

johannesynt

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Thanks, i'll try in a few days, becouse I do not I will be home until Tuesday.

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I tried it on my m14x, and i think that on aurora r4 this program will show only ALIENWARE 07jnh0 a00

The problem is that 07jnh0 a00 is the real version, but i'm sure that is a modified version based on a MSi mobo
 

holeyguy66

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its either gonna be msi or gigabit.. or however you spell it. my factory p-67 was gigabit. a00 is your bios version. the only bios you can update to is gonna be what ever the la\test is from dell for you rig.
 
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