Just used google and it says that it'll be a benefit because it'll reduce the heat and the voltage, guess your argument is invalid uh?
Yes, Google will like any engineer tell you that lower voltage at a given memory speed is more efficient.
Google apparently does not tell you whether your chosen ram will work in the motherboard you are buying.
Google is our friend.
The manufacturer of your motherboard is too.
They give specific part numbers on what works with what they make.
My experience tells me that this manufacture's list is not the last word. Other sticks of ram will work.
Picking out one that is designed for Intel boards is a crapshoot.
Play with the internet. If you can find folks who use this memory with your chosen board then go for it.
If not, then buy stuff that's made for your board.