Asus Prime Z390-P LGA1151
We’ve got a solid entry at the top of the list that comes compatible with every latest flagship 8th and 9th generation Intel Core series processor. This motherboard’s greatness starts with the three M.2 slots, which allows you to install high-speed NVMe modules, and you can save boot and loading time. Though it’s an entry-level Z390 chipset motherboard, it still comes with UEFI bios, which is very easy to configure, and you can do all of the tweaks with the motherboard without messing with different options. A couple of USB 3.x ports on this motherboard give you the data transfer bandwidth of 5 GBPS.
ASUS Prime motherboards are targeted towards professional work, not for gaming but with all of its great features; you can use this board for gaming purposes. This motherboard is compatible with every 9th generation processor, and the good thing is it can also overclock these processes so you can get some performance boost. There are two PCIe x16 and four PCIe x1 slots, and this motherboard comes compatible with AMD Crossfire technology means you can install multiple graphics cards on it. There are four SATA slots on this motherboard, which I know not enough for any gaming build, but it’s okay for an entry-level motherboard.
This motherboard’s design is not that fancy like the premium models in the market, but the black base and the white lines look attractive. It has some basic orange lights integrated on it, which looks good, and overall, when placed in an RGB build, this motherboard unquestionably gives excellent looks. All of the fans and the light headers on this motherboard are controllable through the BIOS, which you know is very flexible. There is an 8-channel Realtek ALC889 audio codec on this motherboard that gives studio class sound quality and please the ears. Final words regarding this motherboard are a great choice to consider, especially for white build under budget.
ASUS Prime Z390-A
Another grand entry in the best white motherboards is also from the ASUS Prime series, but this one seems premium as it comes with integrated RGB lights and heatsinks. Firstly this motherboard comes with a Z390 chipset and supports Intel 9th generation Core series processors out of the box. This motherboard will fulfill all of your storage needs with the two M.2 slots with the heatsink on the secondary slot to prevent it from getting too hot. There are six SATA 3GBPS slots, which are enough for any mid-range gaming build. The four DIMMs slots on this motherboard accept 128 GB of memory at a base clock of 2333 MHz while installing OC modules. This motherboard’s good thing is that it comes compatible with Intel 9th generation processors like the Core i9 9900k and gives you some overclocking headroom for better performance. ASUS Prime Z390-A comes with 9 phase voltage regulators design, configured in 6+3 phase, and smooth power delivery to the processor.
The audio controller is a bit older than the previous one but still useful as it has 8-channel HD audio and the Realtek ALC887 audio codec. The connectivity options in the Z390 chipset are unquestionably tremendous, but this one takes it one step ahead and features several USB 3.2 Gen1 and 3.1 Gen1 Type-A and Type-C ports on the rear IO panel. The RGB lights on this motherboard are controllable through some third party software, and you can make different color effects with these lights. It also supports several light modes, including static, fading, blinking, and many more effects. The rear IO has a large white-colored cover that attaches the VRM heatsinks and gives aesthetics and cooling.
A great motherboard in terms of performance and aesthetics, and the thing I like the most about it is the affordable price. We’ve seen several premium motherboards that come at a high price, but ASUS did a fantastic job and stunned their users with this masterpiece. I would recommend this motherboard if you want to stick with the stock clock rates, but it’s not targeted for series overclocking.
ASUS Prime X570-Pro
ASUS Prime series has one of the best motherboards that we can consider, and there we’ve another grand entry that you can consider. Aesthetically ASUS Prime X570-P is no different than the previous motherboard as both of them got almost the same design. Still, the only thing that makes them different is the AM4 socket and X570 chipset.
This motherboard has four DIMMs slot that allows you to install 128 GB of memory which is enough for any gaming build at2133 MHz and you can also install OC sticks. There are two M.2 slots with PCI Gen4 support, which gives you double bandwidth as of Gen3 and has six SATA 3 GBPS slots for storage devices. The connectivity options in ASUS Prime motherboards are appreciable as it comes with several USB 3.2 Gen2 10 GBPS ports on the rear panel. There are USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A and Type-C and USB 2.0 ports, giving the best connectivity options. This motherboard comes with two SATA cables bundled while in the box; you will find some other useful things.
As you know, most of the AMD processors come factory unlocked, so this motherboard has UEFI BIOS, which is very easy to use, and you can overclock your CPU with it easily. There are a bunch of RGB lights on this motherboard that you can configure in the way you like, and they come with several different lighting effects.
There are heatsinks on the voltage regulators and a fan too on the chipset, which gives the best in class cooling and makes all of the components cool. Most users found it hard to install the front panel cables, but this motherboard comes with ASUS Q-Connector, making this process very easy and even non-techies and does it without facing any problem. Undoubtedly it’s one of the best motherboards that we can consider for Ryzen 3000 series processors as it supports Ryzen 9 series processors out of the box. The connectivity options, RGB lights, great aesthetics, and the performance makes it one of the best white motherboard to consider.
ASUS TUF Sabertooth Z170 S
There are only a few white motherboards left in the market from which most of the boards are getting old, and their manufacturers thas discontinued them. While searching for some white motherboards on the internet, I’ve got a complete white motherboard but for Intel SkyLake processors, and there goes the ASUS TUF Sabertooth Z170S. Firstly, this motherboard’s overall build quality is impressive, and you don’t have to worry about it as it comes from a reputed brand. You might already know that the TUF series is targeted towards high-end use, primarily gaming, and all of the motherboards in this series come with premium features that other lacks.
There is a single M.2 slot on this motherboard; I know it’s not enough for these days, but considering its white color and great aesthetics, we can make a little compromise on it. ASUS motherboards come with their UEFI BIOS, and that’s the same with this one as it got straightforward to use BIOS to configure the motherboard settings. Aesthetically this motherboard is excellent because of its complete white design, which was rarely available in motherboards before in the market. The white PCB with some military-like patterns gives a beautiful look to this board, and the combination of the components makes this board looks even better.
ASUS Prime Z490-A
ASUS Prime series motherboards offer white and silver color heatsinks and pattern printed over the black base, and there we have got a perfect entry for Comet Lake processors. The looks of this motherboard are straightforward, and the company moved it away from gaming to more professional use. Though you can also use it for entry-level gaming and if you are looking for white motherboard without breaking your bank, then it’s a great option to consider. When we see the ASUS Prime motherboards the first thing comes to our mind is entry-level stuff but this one is a bit different because of the two PCIe M.2 slots, an Intel 2.5G NIC and 14 phase voltage regulators.
Starting with the aesthetics, this motherboard has a white and black pattern printed on the PCB and some silver-colored heatsinks with white accent on them. There are also RGB lights on this motherboard but underneath the chipset heatsink and on IO cover. The 12+2 phase voltage regulators on this motherboard are powered by single 8-Pin and a 4-Pin connector and allow exceptional overclocking for your unlocked Intel processor. There are three PCIe x16 slots and two PCIe x1 slots and is fully compatible with AMD Crossfire technology. For storage, this motherboard has six SATA slots and three M.2 slots from which one comes with heatsinks, and one is for Wi-Fi module.
The four memory DIMMs on this motherboard accepts 128 GB of memory rated at DDR4-4600 MHz and supports dual channel memory technology too. The rear panel of this motherboard is riched with several USB 3.0 Type-A and Type-C ports and several other ports too. At this price, I would recommend that if you are looking for some white motherboard for Comet Lake processors look for this one.