What Motherboard do I have ?
I have worked on quite a few systems that do NOT have any identifying info on the motherboard. Normally it's off the shelf units. For some reason they don't want you to know what's in there. You can usually get drivers direct from the manufacturer using model numbers or serial numbers, but sometimes you can't find exactly the info you want on their site.
A couple weeks ago I was working on an HP and needed to know how to hook up the switches and LEDs from the front of the case. HP site was no help as it was a very old unit. By using Everest I was able to determine it was a PC Chips motherboard and which model it was. Fairly simple to then go to the PC Chips site and get what I needed.
Everest is my program of choice for such times. Sandra works well for benchmarking, and burn in to ensure the system is stable. I'd have lots of trouble without either of them. I don't find them interchangeable.