IF your FSB is set to the default speed of 200 then yes but if you go into the BIOS and change the Memory clock to 8.00 instead of the default of 6.66 that will increase it to 1600 (ie 200x6.66 = 1333 and 200x8.0=1600) or if the MOBO does not support x8 then you can adjust the FSB to 240 and leave the multiplier at 6.66 you'll have the memory clocked to 1598 but that will also OC the CPU so you may need to change the settings for the CPU, NB, etc. since they also rely on the FSB (so much easier to adjust the RAM if the MOBO also supports the higher Memory clock multiples !!)
EDIT : Since the MOBO says it supports DDR3 1800 it should have multipliers up to X9 in the Bios !!