Hmm, I like both of your suggestions. Thanks for letting me know the gigabyte doesn't support sli, I must have overlooked/assumed. I have another question though. Both of the suggested boards look better than what I had originally picked, but do they support the i3? The gigabyte doesn't list the i3 as supported, but I found out that it actually does. Is this the same case with these two boards? Thanks for the replies.
The main reason for originally going with the gigabyte was that it was recommended for it's stability and overclocking in an article on "tom's hardware" (http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-i3-gaming,2588.html)
I will take both suggestions into consideration after I take a closer look at them, I just need to know about the i3 compatibility thing, thanks again.