Question about Intel Motherboard
If you want to replace the mobo always compare the cpu-slot and the memory slots.
Tok a fast look on both of the mobos and both supports same cpu, both supports same memosticks though the the one you have supports ddr2 667mgz and the new one you found supports ddr2 1333+mhz. So you can use it but you may have to buy faster memosticks if you want to use the full power of it.
Here is the support site for the new one:
On that site you will also find all the drivers you may need if you buy it
And here is the support site for the mobo you have:
Now you can compare yourself if you want.
BTW, that GA-EP45-DS3 is a very good mobo
Good luck to you
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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