Wow! Does that thing only support AMD Athlon XP/ Athlon/ Duron 3200+ or will it support 64-bit as well?
No regulus it won't support AMD64....if you look at a 64 socket you'll notice there's no hole in the middle of the socket like on other processors. That's because the gold pins take up the entire socket now. Hence Socket 939 because I believe 939 is the amount of pins in it.
yo nubius does that mobo in the link you gave me come with a amd porcessor??
No motherboard comes with a processor. You have to specifically look for 'Motherboard and CPU Combos' if you want that. Just get that board I linked you and get a 3200+ XP chip and that'll almost cover your $250 and should serve you good for your purpose.
Overclocking is good though, because you can get something like the ABit NF7-S2 board and get the 35w 2400+ XP-M chip and overclock that 2400+ XP-M to 3200+ XP speeds and the 2400+ is only half the price. You can't do that with the MSI board I linked you though, because that board has no overclocking options.
ABit NF7-S2 + 35w 2400+ XP-M = $160
MSI KT6V + 3200+ XP = $240
The difference is, you'll need to know what your doing and know quite a bit about the basics of overclocking if you want to be able to overclock that 2400+ XP-M to the 3200+ speed. Don't buy the first combo because it's cheaper. It's a necessity to know how to OC if you want that combo, the MSI is for if you just want a stable board and processor without much more than putting it together.