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You could put either of the graphics you mention in that motherboard providing you get the PCI-Express versions of them.
The motherboard will support a DDR3 structured graphics card in all cases at that is determined by the card not the motherboard as you get specific drivers for them which come included with the card or you can download the latest drivers from ATI or nVidia's support websites.
That motherboard will also support a gigabyte plus graphics card.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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