You should be fine at factory settings (1600, 1.5v, and 9-9-9-24). Nevermind the QVL (it seems that Asus is too lazy to test popular ram). Set the XMP and you'll be golden. I'm using the same board with a 2500k and some G.Skill Ripjaws at 1600, 1.5v, and 8-8-8-24 (all factory settings, but its 2x4 not 4x4), and XMP nails the settings even though my sticks aren't on the QVL. I agree with the previous post that suggests testing settings on a single stick in B2 before you install the rest.
Also, the memory slots are a little close to the socket on the ME4Z, but you should be good getting all 4 sticks in there as long as you're careful installing your H100.
I'm using a Hyper 212+ (non-EVO), and I need to remove one of my sticks (B1) to get the "push" fan onto the heatsink (there's plenty of clearance to put it into B1 after the fan is attached, but I doubt I'd have room to fill the A1 slot without low profile spreaders.
I'm stable at 4.5ghz @ 1.3 vcore under load. Idle temps around 28-30C, heavy gaming temps around 50C, and Burn Test around 70C. I had it stable up to 4.8, but temps and Vcore were a little high for my taste (80C under heavy load and over 1.4 Vcore). For the ME4Z bios settings, I've found that the best way to get VID and Vcore as close to matching as possible (assuming you're going to leave C3/C6 enabled), is to set LLC to at least 50% (you probably need at least 75% if you want to push to 4.8 or higher), and then set the Vcore offset to a slight negative value. I'm using -.04, and my VID and Vcore are almost spot on at idle, load, and heavy load. If you're OCD about getting voltages to match up and want some BIOS tweaking tips, feel free to PM me.