My motherboard has broken =( and it is a sad sad day. It's fairly cheap to replace like-for-like so not too fussed. When I've been looking round, a lot of the mobo's are pretty much the same price, so my question is....
Is it worth getting a different motherboard to one I had previously had? Is there any upgrade from what I had?
Tons of upgrades. Different boards, video cards, 4 newer generations of cpu's, cpu's with ondie video, faster and bigger (and more) hard drives, major upgrades to ram - you got 2?? Lots, ( I'd say most but I don't want to start arguments lol) people have 8 Gigs of ram nowadays.
Question is - DO YOU NEED TO DO MORE WITH YOUR COMPUTER OR IS WHAT YOU HAVE ALL YOU NEED/WANT ?
^ * ^ rolli59 is correct of course. What you got is pretty much top of the line for that age, may up some ram but that's it. Only choice for upgrade is complete new build.