This poses a problem, because I wanted to update my one Gb of 512Mb X2 Corsair Value RAM to 2 Gb of Corsair XMS Pro RAM. I am not sure if my motherboard is capable of running this and using the RAM's full potential. I hear a great deal about this CAS and latency, and I think the motherboard might not be able to take advantage of this, or this "overclocking." Also, I read another review on the motherboard I have, and it stated that in the BIOS I am unable to change (some component) from 2T to the preferrable 1T for the RAM. Please realise, I am saying a lot of computer lingo but not understanding what it really means.
So, besides wondering about my motherboards capability of the RAM, I was also wondering about a new processor. I was looking to replace my AMD Athlon 3200+ 2.0 GHz with a dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200.
With all of this information, I am wondering whether I need to replace the motherboard first, then get the RAM and/or processor, or if I even need a new motherboard to get either of the other two. I know there are a lot of possibilities and probably missing information, but I would greatly appreciate anyone's advice- the internet is too big nowadays, I can't find the information I need!