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Mobo memory speed support statements on FM1 motherboards should be ignored (heck, often they arbitrate the options actually available in the motherboard BIOS) - actual memory support is nowadays determined by the CPU.  Llano APUs can take up to 1866Mhz DDR3.  I highly suggest a swap for a DDR3-1600 or better kit for the flexibility - or just OC you current RAM kit as far as you possibly can (given your kit rated at generic 1333 CL9 settings, don't expect to reach 1600Mhz due to low binning practices of generic kits).

 

Your 100FPS could easily be 120 - and on other games that are more intensive (i.e. FPS rate below 60) of course the difference would be greater.