|If you already bought the board & CPU, I guess you're stuck with it. You could have done much better.|
Do you plan on overclocking or attempting to unlock the disabled core? If not, all you really need is DDR3-1333. The amount of RAM will depend on how much you wanna spend & whether you plan on running a 32-bit or 64-bit OS. The board only has 2 RAM slots so you should buy a matched pair to run in dual channel mode, 2 x 2GB (32-bit or 64-bit OS) or 2 x 4GB (64-bit OS only).
I have a Sempron 145 Sargas on one of my older systems. The board is based on the AMD 770 chipset & uses DDR2 memory. I wasn't able to unlock the core so I overclocked it. It's been running at 3.2GHz for a couple of years now with no problems.
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