You don't need a high board especially if you're building a PC on a constraint budget and the rest of the parts are mediocre and as rolli59 said you're not doing any record breaking overclocking. This is one of the few things I've seen a lot of new builders keep repeating over and over again. Most of them spend $250+ on an Asus ROG or Sabertooth or MSI Mpower boards just because they look great and they think the features are awesome. And on the other hand, they spend like $100 for a video card, less than $100 for a psu and haven't even considered an SSD. In fact, some of them don't even have an unlocked CPU (sigh). I'm not referring to anybody on this thread though.
Just a question, why won't you consider Asus or Gigabyte motherboards? They are the 2 top tier motherboard manufacturers right now with MSI and Asrock following afterwards.
There is a difference and it's significant though not necessarily huge. However, in games for example, that cpu is more than enough at stock speeds. Overclocking it makes even more sense after a couple years when games or some programs is becoming more demanding.