That motherboard is "probably" the cheapest combo you can find with the i5 that won't break after a year and has a lot of room for upgrades later on. Intel isn't exactly the budget friendly CPU, haha.
You can try ASUS but a lot of their boards have issues, sometimes after a year, sometimes after a week. But that is with all motherboards, me personally have never had issues with Gigabyte, but a lot of family and friends have had really annoying problems with their Asus.
If this was my computer, I would swap the motherboard but you might not have the cash for it. You never told us a budget.