ASRock X570 Taichi Ultimate

The ASRock X570 Taichi Ultimate is a fantastic motherboard that can work with multiple graphics cards and has great overclocking capabilities. It also comes equipped with 16 lanes of PCIe 3.0, so it’s perfect for users looking to build multi-GPU systems. As far as we’re concerned, it’s one of our favorite boards on the market right now and well worth checking out if you have some extra cash. Although it’s a little bit more expensive than other boards on our list, it offers some serious performance, making it a worthy investment regardless of what system you have in mind.

MSI MEG X570 Godlike

The MSI MEG X570 Godlike board is one of, if not THE best AM4 motherboard you can buy at launch, and has a good chance of being that way even when AMD's next-gen chips roll around in late 2022. It’s got a great spec sheet, support for AMD’s Precision Boost Overdrive, and two M.2 slots that are protected by reinforced steel armor (and thus shouldn’t get damaged during installation). Oh, and it looks really cool. No doubt about it, there are more expensive boards available but few can compete with MSI's flagship model in terms of performance or features.

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro WiFi

AMD's new flagship processor is finally here, along with a few new motherboards to go with it. Though it's a bit early to buy an X570 motherboard, some of them are available at retail right now. One of them is Gigabyte's Aorus Pro WiFi, which can run up to 3200MHz memory speeds thanks to an impressive power delivery system and has three PCIe x16 slots if you want three graphics cards in your system. It also packs plenty of RGB lighting and swappable heatsinks that should make everyone happy.

ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme

$400 the Zenith Extreme is worth every penny at $400, packing four reinforced PCIe slots with SafeSlot technology and Aura Sync lighting. The ROG Zenith Extreme comes in at a hefty $400 but packs almost everything you could want or need out of a motherboard. This board supports up to 44 PCIe devices (GPUs, audio cards, etc.) through its reinforced slots, which have been tested extensively to support heavy graphics cards without bending. As with all of ASUS' Republic of Gamers products, even your on-board LEDs can be controlled by their AURA Sync software and synchronized with other peripherals.


The X570 AORUS XTREME WIFI is my favorite motherboard to recommend for those looking to build a top-notch PC with a Ryzen 3000 processor. It's equipped with an array of features that make it stand out, including 2x2 802.11ad Wi-Fi and 16Gbps Hyper Xpander Extreme. If you want one board that has all your bases covered and looks great while doing it, go with GIGABYTE's AORUS XTREME WIFI or MSI's MEG X570 ACE WiFi. They're two very different options, but both offer amazing performance with AMD's high-end platform. The GIGABYTE board has great style, powerful cooling, and overall reliability.