Don't forget that overclocking is part of the reasoning when overclocking is a separate category.I have no clue how Intel "won" that category ... even in the section of the article, almost all nods went to the AM4 platform, then the article quickly concluded with "Intel mobos are cheaper" (what?), and "partial wireless AC"? (What even is this? I use a cable with my PC for transmission quality and speed reasons) - and then appoints Intel the winner ... discounting the fact you can run a 3900x in $50 motherboard if you want (saw it on youtube) due to the massively superior compatibility - and with AMD you get vastly superior range or prices and options without contest.
Seriously? Giving Intel the win on mobos is 100% wrong without question. I guess they wanted it to look like a closer battle ... so just arbitrarily gave this one to them?
Overclocking should not be part of the motherboard choice specially when both brands will overclock RAM.The nod goes to Intel for now due to an overall cheaper price range and higher overclocking potential, along with partially-integration of Wireless-AC, something that isn’t part of X570.
The author must love us nit picking his article!