They should work without a problem. I use the same ASrock mobo with a E6600 and it runs like a dream. Three caveats with that particular motherboard though: 1) It's pretty useless for overclocking if that was an intention.
2) Although advertised as having 2 E-SATA ports, in order to use these you need to link cables from two of the available four internal SATA sockets - cutting down the amount of internals available for HD's. (doesn't affect me as I don't use e-sata).
3) Only 2 USB sockets on the backplate, with another 2 and a firewire 400 added from an internal header to a PCI plate - so make sure you have a room for this.
Apart from what I have said above, it's an excellent motherboard for the price, with Crossfire capabilities (check out list of compatible cards though) if you don't mind lack of overclocking ability. I find it more than adequate.