Yup when you want to start overclocking,
then the Master is a really great board.
Not that the cheaper boards like the Aorus Elite,
cannot do it.
But the Aorus Elite does lack features like post code readout,
or even troubleshoot led’s.
And yeah at the cheaper price points there are always some compromises to be made.
The Msi X570 Tomahawk in that regard,
is pretty much the best 200 dollar board,
in terms of the vrm implementation.
However it needs to be in stock.
So yeah if you could life with slightly less connectivity in terms of usb.
Then the Msi x570 Tomahawk is pretty much the best,
bang for buck you can find around 200 bucks.
Like @CybeastRaystriker also mentioned above.
Vrm is really good, ISL69247 pwm in 6+2 phase mode,
Vcore section is a 6 phase doubled to 12 using isl6617 doublers.
and intersil 99360 60A smart powerstages.
This is really highend stuff.
But if you want a board with allot of features as well.
Then i would still recommend the Aorus Master.
But of course in terms of overclocking Ryzen in general,
Ryzen doesn’t particulary overclock really well.