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Speaking as a guy who has built many PC's for family and friends, I would either buy a good used machine that can handle your needs, or wait a bit if you can.
I just get this massive "transition" vibe from all the technology that is being sold right now. Nothing seems to have arrived.. it's all sort of trying to get somewhere. I would wait to buy new until it arrives.
Sorry it's vague, but that's what my spidey sense tells me.
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Changing the motherboard = changing the PC. At least that's what I think.
Basically yeah. You might as well just overhaul the whole thing. Im thinking about doing the same, to one of my 5 computers. Just ripping out its guts and putting in some brand new spanking hardware. But yeah, this should be in the PC tech forum