You can safely conclude that the behavior you describe is not associated with giftedness. When we use the term gifted with children, it is important to determine precisely in what ways the child is viewed as gifted. Too often this label is unwittingly employed to minimize children's difficulties when they have one particular aspect of their development which happens to be advanced. The behavior probably does not reflect Asperger's Disorder, or any other condition along the Pervasive Developmental Disorder spectrum. If your daughter is displaying more organization as she matures, what you may be witnessing is a difficulty managing affect in situations which bring happiness or excitement or, conversely, situations which result in frustration and anger. Such management of affect, or emotions, generally improves as children mature - it a part of the normal process of development.
My daughter sounds much like this persons. My psycologist has tested our daughter and determined that her full scale IQ using Weschler is 152, or hits the cieling. He insists that her difficult behavior is tied to her extremely high IQ.