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Check the ram speed compatibility of your new motherboard. I assume you're getting a brand spanking new mobo+CPU combo so you'll have to make sure your old memory is supported.

With RAM, it all comes down to DDR1/2/3 + speed.

Also, as simple statedguy, motherboards are not compatible between brands. And frankly you're really lucky if it's compatible between even minor processor upgrades within a single brand.

I really hope you have close expert help on this, because if you have no clue what you're doing it can easily cost you a burned set. At around $200 for a decent combo, that's really freakin expensive.

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