This is mainly because you have said you have no interest in Overclocking, I don't know if this is because you don't know how or if it is because you feel it is more effort than it is worth, but the MSI board has a handy Overclock button which you simply press. You don't have to fiddle with anything yourself, the Genie does it for you. It is not a HUGE Overclock, but from reviews I read clicking the button gave people a stable computer with an i5 750 running at 3.2-3.5mhz mhz instead of 2.66, not a bad boost considering you don't have to do anything and will help give a little more life to your computer in years to come.
Despite Gigabyte being my usual board, I actually wen with this MSI board myself this time round - I am not much for OCing anyway and the Gigayte board I was going to get was out of stock so I ordered the MSI on a whim. Can't say I have any complaints
The board you picked is great, I just thought I would throw out the suggestion for this board as something for you to look at - afterall, how dull is a thread where no one has suggestions
And that is why I recommend the MSI motherboard, it overclocks for you - it does not stress the system to its limit (which is what most overclockers like to do, and also why they don't like the MSI board much as manual Overclocking is limited) and as it does ALL the adjustings of clocks, voltage etc. for you, it knows what is and is not safe and stable for itself.
A very handy board for those who would like to get a bit more from their computer but do not have the confidence to play around with system themselves (first time builders in particular)
You don't have to overclock straight away (currently I don't have mine overclocked) but when you do want to, you literally just press the button on the motheboard. If you want to turn the overclock off, you just press it again. Voila! No scary fiddling with things you don't really understand in the Bios.