Not sure what you guys are talking about, they both run x8/x8 in SLI or crossfire. Either go with the Gigabyte if you want more USB 3.0 ports (albeit using a VIA chipset), or go with the Asrock if you want a slightly better VRM, which isn't gonna make a big difference unless you're gonna be using serious watercooling, and anyone that puts that kind of money into their cooling probably isn't gonna buy a $105 motherboard.
I went with the Gigabyte, you can't go wrong with either one really. If you get a Rev. 1.1 board you'll get an 8-pin CPU connector, Rev. 1.0 comes with a 4-pin CPU connector. I don't know what Newegg's latest stock is like, but my Microcenter had nothing but Rev. 1.0 boards.
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