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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231246

What I'm thinking of.
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Try running your 800 ram, it should run at 800 on the board. Most ram can also clock up to 1066 pretty easy.
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Cool. Then I'll buy his mobo.

However, once again, this mobo only takes 1066 ram. Any suggestions?
It will support up to 1066mhz (only using AM2+/AM3 CPUs, not AM2 which only supports up to 800mhz officially), not only 1066mhz. You will be able to set the RAM to a few settings like: 400mhz, 667mhz, 800mhz and 1066mhz. I assume you already have DDR2 memory from your previous setup, so there is no need to purchase new memory.
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It will support up to 1066mhz (only using AM2+/AM3 CPUs, not AM2 which only supports up to 800mhz officially), not only 1066mhz. You will be able to set the RAM to a few settings like: 400mhz, 667mhz, 800mhz and 1066mhz. I assume you already have DDR2 memory from your previous setup, so there is no need to purchase new memory.
Alright,cool.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231121

that's the ram I have. Is it suggest to overclocking it to 1066 to prevent possible bottlenecking? Or should I upgrade or keep it as it is. Just double checking since you now know what kind of RAM I have.

(I have 2 sticks of it adding up to 4 gigs of RAM total)
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Alright,cool.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231121

that's the ram I have. Is it suggest to overclocking it to 1066 to prevent possible bottlenecking? Or should I upgrade or keep it as it is. Just double checking since you now know what kind of RAM I have.

(I have 2 sticks of it adding up to 4 gigs of RAM total)
The ram will be fine.
I would stick with the ram you have, no point in spending money that you don't have to.
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