It seems that a sales slide presentation of ASUS AM4 (Ryzen) motherboards has surfaced, and theres a lot of detail in there. ASUS seems to focus and prioritize two models, the Crosshair VI Hero and Prime X370.
The slides originate from an AMD "Meet the Experts" meeting held this morning and will bring a bit of insight into Ryzen motherboards.
This first model is a real gaming motherboard alright, suitable for overclocking and teaking as well with an advanced VRM for the CPU. It includes support for M.2-NVMe SSDs, USB 3.1 and 802.11ac Wi-Fi as well as ESS Sabre DAC and amplifier. The Prime X370 RGB has a M.2 NVMe support and USB 3.1 ports, buthere it uses a Realtek 1220 audio chip and lacks WiFi.
Both products all will see LED galore. And these are just two out of many boards released. ASUS will be fabbing X370, B350 and A320 motherboards.
Check the slides for all info, it is a good browse.