( 5.0 Average / 2 Ratings )
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I was originally planning on getting the Taichi but the Gaming Professional came in stock at my local Microcenter and I got tired of waiting. I went for this board for the 16 power phase design and 3200Mhz memory support. I really like it so far. The initial bios upgrade is frustrating and I would highly recommend doing it over a usb stick with dos on it rather than through windows. Once you're at v1.5+ you have the option of doing it straight from the UEFI as long as you have a internet connection.
I had initially aimed for ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4 Motherboard, but then I could not find it locally as it was out of stock. Then after a bit more of research I came across this little devil. What attracted me was that it was giving even MSI's top x370 motherboards a run for its money, while itself costing a fraction of their amount.
Things I liked about it were -
16 power phase
3200Mhz+ RAM Support
RGB [Red] Lighting
Red Black Look
OnBoard WiFi Chip