Ill put my two-cents in while this thread is still fairly new
People are recommending asus and asrock motherboards for you, which is totally fine. I personally have an Asus ROG board, but I also looked well into Asrock mobos because i found them to be competing brands (through features and price.)
Regarding the ROG brand of mobos, unless you’re going to use the full extensive list of features, I would say to save a few bucks and just go the regular asus mobos (there’s a few pics of them above.) and if Asrock turns out to be cheaper than those, I’d recommend buying them. They are both reliable mobos, (as well as MSI which you should also take a lookg at.)
The thing is, ROG mobos is branded for ‘gamers’ with tons of features and programs that they think ‘gamers’ need, which then knock up the price of the boards quite a bit.
If you’re buying them cuz they look cool, then go for it, cant stop you there. That’s the same reason why I bought mine. I just ended up finding out that there were features that i wasn’t using from my mobo that I feel like I could have saved money on if I didjn’t get it in the first place.
That’s pretty much it