Intel no longer makes desktop board products. You need to be looking at the offerings of the various ODMs: Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, etc. I would add that,
- You probably should to be looking for a board that provides support for the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs (there are quite a few boards that do).
- While advancements in performance have been made every generation, you probably don't want to use the on-chip graphics engine if you are going to be doing high-end gaming. As for what graphics cards to look at, I suggest you visit the gaming sites for their opinions...
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