I would not recommend it. The older North Bridge based DDR3 memory controllers aren't up to the task of running DDR3-2133, that's twice the DDR3-1066 that they were rated for.
EDIT: You can certainly test them for functionality, but don't try and run them at their marketed speed
Thanks for the quick reply.
So would I have to change the BIOS settings or would the auto settings take care of it for me?