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I want to upgrade my system from KM266-8235, 1.53 GH AMDprocessor

I want to upgrade my system to faster processor and updated mother board. I also want to upgrade the RAM from 512 MB to 2-4 GB as well as still use the Radeon 92oo VC. what is your recommendation for an upgrade mother board?

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I want to upgrade my system from KM266-8235, 1.53 GH processor


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compdoctor2005@btinternet.com

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