So I have my motherboard narrowed down to two. I'd like to stick with either ASUS or ASRock as I have had the best experience with their motherboards over the years (I know, small sample size) and I like the aesthetics. Keep in mind I will be running an 8700K @ 5Ghz - 5.1Ghz with the RAM running at 3600Mhz. RBG isn't important to me and I will be running one M.2 drive. ASUS ROG Maximus X Hero - $260 (after coupon) Or ASRock Z370 Taichi - $210 (after rebate) I was leaning towards the ASUS... But after looking at the features and specs, it looks like I would be getting a similar product if I went with the ASRock (and I like the industrial look of it more). The ASRock features a 12 power phase delivery system, while the ASUS uses a 10 power phase system. So pretty similar there. They both use high quality Nippon and Nichon capacitors. They have the same number of ports and PCI slots... They both have WiFi and Bluetooth. Their audio chipset is a bit different, but I don't really care. I'm just not really seeing anything to justify spending $50 more on the ASUS over the ASRock (besides the fact it would match the logo on my monitor better, lol). Is there something I'm missing??