I need to replace my ASUS Z97 Pro MOBO from my 2014 build, and if I do that I might as well set myself up for the next four, five years. That means buying a new processor to replace my i7-4790K CPU as well. So far my work has fared fine using the cooler that came with my processor. I intend to continue without a separate cooler. I do not need to overclock, though my current processor has that capability and the BIOS does that automatically. I do not need gaming level graphics capability. My max budget for both is "in the neighborhood" of 500 dollars. I'm aware of PCPartpicker, but I need some suggestions to help me narrow down the bewildering variety of options. I'm not the most "in touch" guy with regard to computer builds. I'll be happy to answer any questions. I don't need high end, but I do want to get bang for my buck. I currently have 32GB DDR3 RAM, but I figure I will buy a 64GB max board for future flexibility. (Edited to add, I just found out that DDR3 RAM will not fit into a DDR4 slot. This will have a serious affect on my plans.) I do orchestral work with Cubase (9.5), and Dorico (2). I do not do hundreds of tracks, but I might need up to 100. I have the complete VSL Special Edition Bundle, VI Pro, VE Pro 6, MIR Pro. Not really into Kontakt instruments at this point, but I do want to retain flexibility. Thoughts? Advice?