The parlous state of the pound, etailers looking to maximise profits, manufacturers hiking their prices. There are many reasons why some PC components feel more expensive than a couple of years ago. This state of heightened pricing is characterised by the cost of decent motherboards.
Looking at etailers, the median cost of an AMD X570 ATX motherboard is £250 or so, Intel's Z390 is £200, and prices seem to creep up week on week.
Of course, there is still value to be had if you are willing to forego features, especially as so much is now baked into the respective chipsets, but getting to this week's question, we are asking what is the most you would pay for a motherboard?
Those with an enthusiast inclination will undoubtedly shell out more, as will those who only want the best, but it will be interesting to hear your views.
So, fire away in the comments section and let us know your upper limit for a motherboard.