The problem with a 3570k and a cheap motherboard is that getting a 3570k implies you are going to overclock it. Cheap motherboards = bad, unreliable overclockers whose VRM often overheats and/or fails entirely under the added stress of OCing over time. While the number of phases employed by a motherboard's VRM isn't everything, it's a rough estimate of how well the board is designed for overclocking.
The board you linked has 4 + 2 phase VRM. That means 4-phase VRM for the CPU. You want a board with at least 8 phases for the CPU like this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157330
That would be the minimum ATX ASRock board I would recommend for OCing.