Whether the board will compensate for the 1.6V vs. 1.5V depends upon whether the DIMM's SPD data properly tells the BIOS that this voltage is necessary. The board is going to try to run the profile that is in the SPD. If this is detected to fail and the BIOS is configured for automatic, it will next try to run the DIMMs at defaults (i.e. 1333MHz at 1.5V). If this doesn't work (all DIMMs are supposed to operate at these defaults but I have seen plenty that do not), then you get the Unsuccessful Post(s) message. I would say, based upon what you've seen, that the board is unable to work with this memory. I would look for something that is on the list of validated memory for this board on Intel's site, not Corsair's...
P.S. You really shouldn't use your email address as you userid; this is making it available to SPAMmers worldwide...
Our 7 series motherboard supports 2sd and 3rd gen processors. The memory controller is inside the processor instead of the board. The maximum speed supported by 3rd gen processors is 1600MHz at 1.5v.
I suggest you to test your system with 1 memory stick, without dedicated graphics card and no Hard Disk Drive. Let see if it is possible to get into the BIOS using pins 2 and 3. The Back to BIOS button needs to be off (no light).
If problem continues try to update the BIOS with recovery method using minimum configuration.