Well, I was redirected from my thread here
and thanks to a bunch of BIOS freezes and BSODs I'm in need of a new motherboard.
At the moment I have a BIOSTAR TA790GXB3 motherboard that worked for around 6ish months before starting to act up(Blue screens, BIOS freezes, you name it), and I've decided I'm either going to get a new motherboard or get Biostar to replace my current one. The question is, what should I do? Should I go with replacing the Biostar board with a replacement from Biostar and be worried it may or may not have the same problems as the one I have now, or should I get a new one?
If the latter, I'm looking at this board: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130590
It has to be no more than $100(and preferably less if possible)
I need something that will be able to use my 5770 on it, OC my i2 to an i4, and Crossfire(Or was it SLI? I never get the term correctly.) another 5770 later on with it. Oh, and I have a 550w PSU it needs to work with as well.