Hello everyone! I recently mounted this new PC (just listing the relevant parts) : - AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core - MSI Gaming 970 Motherboard (http://thepcenthusiast.com/msi-970-gaming-am3-motherboard-unleashed/) - G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3 2133 PC3-17000 8GB CL9 (2x modules of 4GB, Dual channel in slots 1 and 3) - Win 8.1 - 64bit My motherboard specs states that I should be able to enjoy 2133mhz memory just IF I overclock, and up to 1866mhz without it: "Supports DDR3 2133(OC)/ 1866/ 1600/ 1333/ 1066 MHz". Nevertheless, I'm getting contradictory readings from different programs so I don't really know at which memory speed I am currently running: I went to the BIOS to stablish the 2133mhz via overclok settings. MSI Command center is telling me I'm running at 1600 (800Mhz x2 modules) but the total DRAM frequency frequency reader states "4267,0 Mhz" which is 2133 x 2 modules... I've tried with OC Genie II both enabled an disabled from the BIOS (OC Genie is the smart overcloking software from MSI: Enables a slight and conservative overclock). I have it enabled just in case, but I don't believe it is necesarry in order to allow single manual overclocks from the BIOS like memory frequency. I'm not looking for CPU overclock right now, just to enable 2133mhz of memory. On the other hand, CPU-Z states DRAM frequency at 1066.6Mhz but NB Frequency at 2199 Mhz... So, I'm a little bit confused... How many Mhz I'm currently Running? I am not supposed to have at least 1866mhz readings without overcloking even? (taking in account that my motherboard "Supports DDR3 2133(OC)/ 1866/ 1600/ 1333/ 1066 MHz"). Maybe I'm reading something wrong or maybe I'm not using the right tools for reading it... All suggestions and ideas are welcome. Thanks in advance for all the help!