Not the best value for money, and as well problems updating bios
I had this motherboard for a bit, and wasn't entirely pleased with it. Let me tell you why.I was using it with a ryzen 5 2600. I had a mild overclock going and found it would not update to the latest bios, and it kept freezing whenever it tried to. I then reset all the bios settings to stock clocks and then it seemed to be okay with the bios update, but then the bios actually didn't reflect the new changes that asus apparently implemented, including setting the core voltage of the motherboard to a value, instead of an offset. So after troubleshooting it for an hour or more, i gave up.Other than that, it seemed to work fine, but to be honest, it's not a good bang for your buck.If you read a lot of the reviews for this board, the vrms aren't that great, it doesn't come with wifi or bluetooth, and the lighting effects are minimal, with just the rog logo to the top left. Combine that with a bios that - at least to me - was glitchy, and wasn't updated to being able to set voltage as opposed to an offset for overclocking.. And it just seems like it's way overpriced for what it is.The only thing i can think of that would make you want to buy this board is for asus aura sync, which in some cases does do a better job that other companies' lighting programs. Depends on what you have going lighting-wise.I ended up going for the msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac, which, apart from having a solid bios for overclocking (manual setting of voltage, fan speeds and remembering them), as well comes with wifi/bluetooth, and good vrms (again look up reviews) that perform as well or better than the x470 boards above it. They are both at the same price point, and clearly the msi is more worth the money.