dont buy that motherboard then, buy a different Mobo that includes DVI as well, you can use any ports on the motherboard, some have all three even, such as this motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157271
What are your uses for this system? will you be gaming? will you be overclocking? and is there a particular reason you chose a z68 board?
If you are building for daily use and not gaming you could save alot of money.
I chose this mobo because I do not intend to buy another for 8-10 years, and would like to future-proof a bit by having: more current connectors, support faster memory, support overclocking.
It looks like the board you recommended has the output I'd need, as well as plenty of connectors. Like all mobo, the reviews are all over the place.
My primary uses will be video editing, video transcoding, file serving, folding on off hours.