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Your motherboard has the follwing memory support : DDR2 533/400 SDRAM 2 slots, Single-channel (2GB2 Max). As long as it is supported by your motherboard there would be no problem since your processor is also supported by the motherboard.
Pentium 3 is a very old system. you will probably wont find one on sale. its hard to find even a pentium 4 this days. an intel dual core system is very cheap this days so buying a system as old a a P3 makes no sense. you can also buy an AMD based setup. for very low prices. if you still wish to buy a pentium 3 system i do not know of a place that sells those setups.