Elmor, as I mentioned in my reply, CPU-Z was showing 1T for my memory(memory is definitely 2T). I also saw this in HWInfo. I went back into the BIOS for 9945, made sure that I had 2T set in both the UMC options as well as the timing controls(since you can set it in both places). So no Auto, clearly 2T was set, but it is showing up as 1T in Windows. I then switched to 9943, checked the settings again, and also see that the BIOS setting for command rate is being ignored, and is setting things to 1T.
This would explain why I am not able to hit faster than 2933 for my memory. Every screenshot others have posted shows a 1T command rate as well, which I know is not scientific proof, but at least does not shoot down my observation that the BIOS options for command rate are being ignored.