those are the LA's....don't know why for the life of me it's saying 2.5-4-4-8 timings and only saying PC3200 though...those are Samsung TCCD chips just like the other two links you put up as well as having brainpower PCB, but this wouldn't be the first time I've see newegg make a mistake.
Anywho, the only difference between the links you posted is one saying ddr550 and the other saying ddr600 but they both offer the same timings, relatively close voltage and only a $1 difference.
Basically once you get that RAM you'll have to raise your DIMM voltage to around 2.9v and then manually set the RAM up to that DDR600 speed
What CPU are you putting in that board?
Basically lets assume you got a 3200+ which is standard 200x10=2GHz
You'd have to set it to like 300x6.5 = 1.950GHz
Closest to 2GHz even would be 308x6.5 = 2.002GHz
This will require setting your HTT Link speed multiplier from 5x down to 3x
I'd put 3v through the RAM and it'd probably run at 300 with 2.5-3-3-7 timings....
Even though the RAM is rated, I'd still go in increments and not simply slam it up at 300HTT
Lower your multi to 6.5, lower the link speed multi to 3x and then start raising up your htt from 200 in increments of 10MHz should be good just to make sure everything is going fine...work your way up to 300 from there also making sure you have already supplied 2.9-3v DIMM