an asrock exteme4. for higher end an asrock extreme6 with thunderbolt, higher than that probably that gigabyte board you first posted.
really think about it, do those features and having 10 bizillion usb ports really matter? i asked myself this when i started recommending boards and studied different boards and features for hours, what i concluded is that everything past $130 is just wasteful spending because you will never use those features.
ask your self this, how many graphics cards do you really want to run, how many usb 2.0 and 3.0 ports do you really need, look at thunderbolt accessories and see if the costs of them really makes you want to have that on a motherboard, do you need on-board wireless, all mobos with good vram heat sinks OC about the same some can go a bit higher than others but utlimately there will be a point were you will have to liquid cool which isnt cost effective, do you need msata/mini pci express
once you know what you need you can get something accordingly and might be able to save $100 in the process