An upgrade of another PC left me w/ components to reuse in this PC. I'd like to think before buying.
I need an AM4 socket motherboard, and want a Linux-friendly (Debian family) build for virtualization, to enable opening Win10 from within Linux. I want IOMMU and all OS used will be 64-bit. Here's the hardware I wish to reuse in that motherboard:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
RAM: 2 each 16GB DIMMs, DDR4 3200, dual Kingston, dual rank
GPU: GTX 1080
SSD: M.2, 2 each NVMe, 1 TB
Case: Spacious ATX
Everything I could find by searching Amazon and Newegg for an x470 OR x570 motherboard reveal no Linux driver support from the manufacturer; Realtek drivers are a massive recurring pain, quite frequently, over at https://askubuntu.com and I definitely wish to avoid Realtek LAN and WiFi.
Finding drivers for Linux are the eternal problem as most motherboard manufacturers do not provide them, and review sites such as KitGuru don't discuss Linux, only Windows.
Does any AM4 motherboard have manufacturer support for Linux?