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I want to know which type of external as in add on that i insert into the motherboard of my computer will function; psi or psi express for the T3408 intel celeron processor 340 by emachines.

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Unfortunately there is no such addon for yours or any other motherboard. But I do have an option for you. if you don't want to have to purchase a copy of windows a very nice upgrade is the motherboard from the emachine (w3507). click link to see review. the only down side is you are going to have to purchase DDR2 memory since the model you have is regular DDR. believe me it is an upgrade worth it. and you will be able to use your emachine windows disk and key.

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The Processor sits in a Processor socket on the motherboard.
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B) A Modem Card (Again, > adapter has been dropped off)
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[NOTE*
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D) Any add-in card inserted into a PCI slot
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