When choosing a motherboard you have to base your decision off of what you plan to do with your PC in terms of other parts. No motherboard will actually perform better in gaming, video editing, anything. Think of the motherboard as a harbor and the other PC components as ships. The ships can transport goods, attack, defend, etc. The harbor just gives them the room they need.
All a motherboard really does is give you room to put components in. A good gaming motherboard would be one that supports SLI/Crossfire, but that is just about it.
In conclusion, go with the Asrock Extreme 4.