There is no such thing as DDR5. There's GDDR5, which is just the name of the VRAM of the video card (it can be GDDR2, 3, 4 or 5, but more commonly these days 3 or 5). Memory is currently at the DDR3 standard. Regardless, the motherboard will support your video card.
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