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Needing help figuring out what's inside

I was given a custom build computer. I don't know much about it. I was wondering if there was a way to figure out what parts are inside or just open it up and google every part I can see.
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  1. https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download can give you a fairly detailed part list sans the PSU and case.

    This is assuming the rig does have an OS and is running normally.
    Reply to aquielisunari
  2. It does run. It's just slow and I need to know what to do to speed it up
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  3. Dylan_2482 said:
    It does run. It's just slow and I need to know what to do to speed it up


    If you have installed Speccy, please C+P your summary page into a reply. You can also look above the text box you use when replying and look for a Polaroid icon. C+P a picture hosting site's URL that ends in png, BMP, jpeg or other picture extension...We can then look into ways to accommodate your need for speed.
    Reply to aquielisunari
  4. You can also This PC > Right click > Properties > Device Manager, but there's less info here.
    Reply to lakimens
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    I have used Belarc Advisor through several generations of hardware and software. It provides a comprehensive look at all hardware and software on your system. In addition it will provide serial numbers of keys for your installed software. I suspect that it would also report info on any warez yo might have installed. I cannot address that question - never tried!
    I particularly like that as far as I can remember I have never received any promotional emails from Belarc; the home page gives a good idea of their product mix and that is all I have seen.
    Reply to BenJaD
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