Depends on what you want out of it, I figure. If you're not overclocking, that's one less reason to spend money. Then you have to look at how many SATA ports it has and how many RAM slots. And you don't need that much for a competent gaming setup.
You can spend less than $150 and get a good motherboard. I think I bought a $110 board for my first PC and had no issues. Don't cheap out though (sub $100-ish?). It's like cheaping out on the foundation of your house, albeit on a smaller financial scale.
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