I would look for a lower CAS latency RAM, the G.Skill PI ram is CL7 I believe, and priced very well. Your other choices are solid, the Noctua D14 is the bigger brother to that, another good option at that price point is the Prolimatech Megahelms (needs fans though).
1600MHz RAM is technically overclocked, so no motherboards directly support it. This is no problem at all though, all you have to do is go into the BIOS and change the speed to 800 from 666. You should also check to make sure the timings match, and the voltage is correct. The RAM is designed to run at the advertised speeds, and the motherboard will handle it fine, it just needs to be told to do so.