About 5 years ago, Asus used to be good. The problem is that they change company that do thier capasitors and since then i always seem to have problems with ASUS products. Especially their motherboards.
Like you said harper, ASUS used to be good, but since then their quality has gone straight down hill.
Gigabyte makes ARIGHT motherboards, but not a whole lot of features and I've seen quite a few posts on here with people with those boards, and I've even had to help out my brother with his.
ABit and DFI make some of THE best stable and overclocking boards out there IMO.
MSI is a dang good quality motherboard with like harper also said, it's fair share of options, and boards like the MSI Neo2-Platinum can easily compete with ABits as far as BIOS options go, but I don't know of their overclocking stability.
eVGA in my opinion is one of the top graphics card makers out there.
Never used Leadtek so I couldn't tell you about them.
I had a VisionTek GF2 Ti 64mb, card was wonderful, never had a problem with it. This FX 5700 is chaintech...overheated, had it RMA'd, the one came back with a bigger heatsink, so I'd say chaintech is on the 'Ehhhh' side of quality.
But this isn't about manufacturer comparisons.
Whatever that card is that you're looking at can't be any good is the main point to be seen here