I have a dell precision 670 workstation with dual 3.6 xeons, and onboard scsi controller that runs three SCSI seagate cheetahs. The onboard SCSI controller just went out on me, and I am wondering if I should just get a scsi card and plug it into a mb that already shows signs of wear given the onboard contoller fail. dell has reconditioned mb's for 250-350 with a 90 day warrenty, which I don't think is worth the price...but I don't want the rest of the components in the workstation to go to waste just yet. Has anyone tried getting a 3rd party mb and gotten it to fit in a dell case? Could someone recommend a scsi card, as I'm really in the dark about that part? Or would it be better to start working on building a new workstation rig, and just get a good 3rd party case, motherboard and psu, and use my old components...I hate for one thing to go out and not be able to use the other stuff in the box when they still work...and are expensive parts. BTW, this workstation is for 3d animation development. vcard is a quadro fx4400, nothing else special...just regular dvd drives, burner, audigy2 zs for recording voice overs, a couple gigs of ddr2 ram...I think 800 fsb speed...that's pretty much it. Thanks for any guidence.