No. I would rma your am3+ board if you have a spare pc. Inspect the board for surface damage and request an rma, giving the manufacturer 24 hours to issue you a number. If your issues are related to overclocking, then the replacement board probably won't do you any good. You may be better off selling the board/cpu/ram as a combo package if it runs ok in the default settings. Describe your issues for more advice.
I don't think they will replace it. The problem is a damaged PCIe slot (blocks my 7970's airflow), bent speaker pin and broken USB port.