For what? Desktops, servers, core i5, i7, or am3. The best board is what you can afford for the ram you will use. You don't have to spend top dollar. If a premium board fails and is no longer available at a dealer or through an rma claim, then you're out alot more money. I prefer to spend wisely, and get a board with only the features I need.
Andy Ho said:
Which is the Best mobo on the market as of now?
No such thing, just like o1die said, it all depends on your needs......