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Need to buy a new Mother Board?need some help

I need to buy a new mother board.I need a mother board that supports-
,PCI-EXPRESS graphic card slot,cpu speed should be More than 3.0GHZ.
PLEEEEEEEEEEZE help me.
my computer is Intel celeron d 325.
PLEEEEEZE mention the type of ram DDR or DDR2.Now i have 2GB DDR

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Now a days every motherboard is come with PCI-Express Slot and this mothrboard can also handle more than 3.0Ghz CPU and it support DDR2 RAM which is faster than DDR1 RAM.

High FSB and high storage of DDR2 RAM will increase your computer performace.

DDR2 RAM FSB is depend on your motherboard choice. Because your motherboard should be able to support your RAM FSB rate.

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