Kingston DDR2 1066 problem SPD questions

ok here is problem I am having. I have some Kingston DDR2 8500 1066 it shows up fine everyone but cpuz in cpuz is showing this....
here is RAM model # KXH8500D2K2/4G

here is what the mobo says during bootup

Everest info
North Bridge Properties:
North Bridge AMD K10 IMC
Supported Memory Types DDR2-400 SDRAM, DDR2-533 SDRAM, DDR2-667 SDRAM, DDR2-800 SDRAM, DDR2-1066 SDRAM, DDR3-800 SDRAM, DDR3-1066 SDRAM
Revision 00
Probe Filter Not Supported

Memory Controller:
Type Dual Channel (128-bit)
Active Mode Dual Channel (128-bit) - Unganged

Memory Timings:
CAS Latency (CL) 5T
RAS To CAS Delay (tRCD) 5T
RAS Precharge (tRP) 5T
RAS Active Time (tRAS) 15T
Row Cycle Time (tRC) 31T
Command Rate (CR) 2T
RAS To RAS Delay (tRRD) 4T
Write Recovery Time (tWR) 8T
Write To Read Delay (tWTR) 4T
Read To Precharge Delay (tRTP) 6T
Four Activate Window Delay (tFAW) 18T
Write CAS Latency (tWCL) 5T
Refresh Period (tREF) 7.8 us
DRAM Drive Strength 1.0x
DRAM Data Drive Strength 1.0x
Clock Drive Strength 1.5x
CKE Drive Strength 1.0x
Idle Cycle Limit 16

Error Correction:
ECC Supported, Disabled
ChipKill ECC Supported, Disabled
RAID Not Supported
DRAM Scrub Rate Disabled
L1 Data Cache Scrub Rate Disabled
L2 Cache Scrub Rate Disabled
L3 Cache Scrub Rate Disabled

Memory Slots:
DRAM Slot #1 2 GB (DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM)
DRAM Slot #2 2 GB (DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM)

Do I need to ignore the SPD? does the SPD make a difference in anything?
It says in everest I can support DDR3 1066 should I try that ram instead?
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  1. I'd just ignore the SPD tab. Your motherboard wouldn't be able to support DDR3 - the two aren't compatible, unless you have one of those boards which have two DDR2 and two DDR3 RAM slots. SPD is designed to tell the BIOS the module's size, data width, speed, and voltage. The BIOS uses this information to configure the memory properly for maximum reliability and performance.
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