I would uncheck that Best performance thing in your BIOS. It's causing your memory to run on a divider which it doesn't need. You can see this in picture 2 where it says FSB
Nominal setup would have the FSB
RAM at 1:1.
Going back to your original question. You can run your RAM at the stock FSB of 800MHz @ timings of 3-3-3-9. You'd only have to change the TRAS in your BIOS to 9 and you should be able to do your stability checks from there. The SPD tab tells you what timings your RAM can run at certain speeds. Anything over that you'd probably have to change your timings. For instance, the first column in the SPD tab says your RAM is capable of running at 200MHz (stock for your CPU) at 3-3-3-9. Anything over that you could still probably get away with that timing, if you raise your vDimm to compensate.
Also, it looks like your RAM can run at 266MHz with either a CAS 4 or a 5. If your system is stable try running it at 4 and if not try some voltage before you raise it to 5. If it's still unstable, lower your voltage back to stock and raise your CAS to 5.
Originally Posted by Emmanuel
Howcome they are all ugly
They look fine to me. Did you click on them?