The mobo venders QVL list is just a SAMPLING of RAM they qualified on the specific mobo to give users some known good RAM choices. These QVL lists rarely get updated so you are better off using the RAM vendors online RAM selector.
You will find that most - but not all DDR3 RAM is now being listed as suitable for Phenom II or Intel specific model CPUs. Asus mobos seem to be rather RAM senstive compared to other brands but any Phenom II approved RAM KIT should work with your mobo. Do not buy individual DIMMs of the same part number as they are NOT guaranteed to work together. Buy one RAM KIT of the quantity you desire. Most RAM vendors will confirm via e-mail from their website Tech Support any particular part number listed on Newegg or elsewhere. Make sure you use the vendor's part number for inquires not Neweggs or other companies. Most of the RAM vendors also have RAM selectors on their websites to help you.
Any of the name brand RAM approved for the Phenom II CPUs should work. I would not recommend the expensive RAM with top mounted heatsinks as these are not needed with DDR3 RAM and can cause HSF clearance issues.