You have refering to the marks on the CPU surface to identify proper CPU model. According the marks, you will get the CPU process, model, speed, Vcore and L2 cache size information. The pictures and description will be available for reference on website.
"Windows Vista Ready" means the motherboard hardware meets preliminary Windows Vista requirements: Direct X9 graphics controller and High Definition audio. However motherboards with these 2 requirements are not guaranteed to pass Windows Vista Logo program, nor meets Vista Premium version specification. Drivers for Windows Vista are not available from vendors now, but will be available when Windows Vista is officially launched.