Based on my experience I would recommend Gigabyte mobos for performance and reliability over other brands and I have used all of the major brands. The link below shows the various HSF performance. the Hyper 212+ is an excellent and inexpensive HSF that works very well.
Any name brand DDR3 RAM designed for your CPU should work fine. You can buy 8 GB. for ~60.
What i found is an MSI board...its way cheaper and the cheaper it goes for me its the better but im worried if it has Japanese capacitors those i will pay extra for
i will buy a good mobo especially with Dual support tripple support ill build for video editing but i wont be doing heavy editing you know the basics i dont want usb 3.0 IDE cable support isnt needed if i needed i need the mobo to have esata case support tho and the ram i found is patriot gamer 3 witch is performance ram...i dont care if my cpu holds back my ram or if its the other way around its my hdd that will hold it add back
I found a MSI P67A-G43 and it is for 109.99 mail in rebate otherwise its a 129.99 mobo and it dose not break my budget it has EVERYTHING i could possibly want...and usb 3 (i am not use to the blue usb things)