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I waited until I upgraded my motherboard to something I felt would last a good long time. I had a retail copy of Windows 7, not an OEM copy, but there were rumblings that the windows 10 upgrade would convert that to an OEM copy that would need a new license when you upgraded the motherboard again. Watch out for that and you'd probably be wise to turn off automatic driver updates right away too. I prefer to apply those when I have time to deal with them breaking stuff not on MS's clock.
Hopefully not, but there were a number of warning signs before my upgrade, and MS was clearly at least unprepared for the question when a number of users pointed out issues to them, so I erred on the side of caution.
I guess we'll have to look into it :P