To find out the CPU support of your current motherboard, you would typically need to know the model of your motherboard first. Once you have that information, you can visit the manufacturer’s website and look for a section called “CPU Support List” or “CPU Compatibility List”. This list will tell you which CPUs are compatible with your motherboard.

If you’re not sure how to find the model of your motherboard, here are some general steps you can follow:

  1. Check Your Computer’s Documentation: If you have a pre-built computer (like a Dell or HP), you can often find this information in the documentation that came with your computer or on the manufacturer’s website.
  2. Use a System Information Tool: There are many free system information tools (like CPU-Z) that can provide detailed information about your computer, including the model of your motherboard.
  3. Look at the Motherboard Itself: If you’re comfortable opening up your computer, you can often find the model number printed on the motherboard itself.

Please note that it’s important to make sure your computer is turned off and unplugged before opening it up to avoid any risk of electric shock. If you’re not comfortable doing this, I would recommend asking a professional for help. 


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