AMD Ryzen is now available via pre-order through various eCommerce platforms. Following the launch, hardware manufacturers like Gigabyte, MSI, Asrock, etc are offering a compatible board with AM4 socket via Newegg. These boards can be pre-ordered through the domain at a competitive price range, divided into two chipsets, B350 that powers up entry and mid level systems and X370 for overclocking and performance.
Asrock Fatal1ty X370 is an X370 chipset gaming board with RGB led on the same and designed for performance backed by overclocking. The cost is around $239.99, you can add up to 64GB DDR4 dual channel ram of 2667/2400/2133Mhz. Gigabyte is offering GA-AX370-Gaming 5 board for performance in the same lineup along with GA-AB350-Gaming 3 for lower budget requirements. The cost of AX370 is $194.99 and AB350 is $109.99.
Next is MSI with X370 XPower Gaming Titanium board, a serious one for those who are willing to pay for extreme output come for $299.99. Asus also has released a few set of board targeting both the chipset. AMD will start shipping the CPU’s on March 22, so still, there is ample of time to decide which to choose for. You can also refer our Ryzen Build Guide for more details on the hardware selection.