The closest G.SKILL part in the memory support list to the ones you listed is the F3-12800CL9Q-16GBXL. It might work but no guarantee.
NO chance you can buy any RAM that is CL9, 1.5V, 1600, and it will work. That is the way it was say... four+ generations of Intel CPUs ago, back in the DDR2 days, when I could use RAM made by two manufactures in the same board, no problem. Not any more. We see posts in this forum all the time about this or that memory not working, even if the RAM manufactures states it will work in, say, Ivy Bridge systems. If the memory is not in the list, no guarantee it will work. If it's in the list, I've never found the memory to not work. I always use something from the memory support list, which I usually must order. Perhaps AMD systems are more flexible with memory, but not Intel.
But then myself and others discovered this memory: Newegg.com - SAMSUNG 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model MV-3V4G3/US
Just throw it in a PC and it works. I use mine at 1866 and 2000, and others at 2133+. I like it because I can run it at 1866 on 1.35V. Not fancy looking at all, no XMP profile programmed into it, stock speed and timings look fair at best, but the specs make Intel specs seem liberal and extreme. Check the feedback on that newegg page for that RAM. Others in this forum use it too, a hidden gem. They don't even match the DIMMs, mine are from several 2 x 4GB sets. If you can find it or order it, this is what is closest to the "best" memory, whatever that is.