The most valuable resource on duty is memory cards, using an Intel B760 chip. In particular these are the models from Gigabyte and MSI which are going on sale next month. All noted motherboards aren’t rich or even poor, all for DDR4 memory.
The MAG B760 M – A WiFi DDR4 and B760 P WiFi DDR4 models have been seen in MSI, and on the MAG B760 Tomahawk WiFi. Of the interesting things, these models have built-in Wi-Fi 6E, a 2.5-gigabit network port, and the ability to take multiple turns and turn them to a few displays. For that there is a pair of HDMI and DisplayPort.
In addition to the B760 Aorus Elite AX, Gigabyte is preparing the B760M DS3H and B760M Gaming X AX DDR4 board. That latter is probably one of the cheapest motherboards with an LGA1700 socket. Clearly, both boards have a good reputation.
In conclusion, it remains to add that while the Intel B760 chipset isn’t far ahead of the B660 (in fact, almost no place) a motherboard based on it costs a little more than their predecessors.