It wont, and im not saying it will. But you might as well get the newer technology. It is true that you could go h61 and save some cash (I'm actually surprised with the difference, $40 on two equivalent ASUS boards), but it doesn't have features like SATA 6GB/s, overclocking, SRT and switching between dedicated and integrated graphics for Intel Quicksync. I guess it depends on how much the OP wants to future proof the build.
I don't think it's really worth it, seeing how you can't OC the i3, SRT is a useleas gimmick when a 120 GB SSD boot drive costs less than $100, and most people I think don't need quicksync either. SATA3 seems to only benefit higher end SSDs and not even in all applications. Well, up to the OP. On a budget though I don't think it's money well spent.