Is there a program I can run that will tell me exactly what is in my PC? How many drives, type of memory and how much, video card attributes etc.I'd like to upgrade but need to know what I already have.

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So far such has been not too accurate.

And not one identified one of the most critical components (the PSU.)

While SPECCY is OK, it's useless when we need to dive into most PC issues.
Note: Moderator edited title for spelling.

Post was last edited on October 22, 2015 5:42 PM PDT

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Belarc Advisor...

seem to get lots of information. Don't know if it's enough for you..but it's free, so give it a try.

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