If you aren't going to do SLI/CrossFire at all, I'd suggest the ASRock P67 Pro3 or the ASUS P8P67 (regular version). Both have all of the overclocking options in the UEFI, plus heatsinks on the critical power systems and chipset.
Thanks for your opinion. It seems like a highly utilized, recommended board. How does it compare quality wise to ASUS. I've always used ASUS in the past but wanted to leave this build open to others. Also, the layout of the Gigabyte board looks very nice with extra spacing between slots (as I may throw in old 9600gt as physx card). also have tv tuner card.