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Before I used motherboard that has VGA 512MB RAM 1GB CPU 26GH HD 80GB but now I want to use VGA 1MB RAM 2GM CPU 3.8GH HD 320GB how this motherboard can support all these components?

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Well this depends on the compatibility of you RAM iff its DDR2 or DDR3 and with dual channel. for the processor you need to make sure that it supports you number of pins on the bottom of the processor and the wattage, harddrives you dont have to worry about much unless it a formating issue but i would check out here to get some really good info

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