Memory Specs right or wrong?

Hello all.

I recently bought a new PC and I ordered (and finally purchased according to the invoice) this type of memory:

http://www.pny.eu/products.php?section=product&categoryid=3&subcategoryid=93&productid=352

AFAIK reading the spd should report the max specs of the memory.In my case though both CPU-Z and Everest show different things from what I should expect (PC12800, 1600MHz, 8-8-8-24 timings):



So what exactly is going on here? Am I missing something or maybe I was deceived?

FYI my system specs are:
Intel i5-750, 4GB DDR3, Asus 4850 512MB Vga, 2x750GB on RAID0, and Win7 x64.

Any help is appreciated.
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  1. There's nothing wrong. 1600MHz modules are made of 1333MHz chips that are overclockable to 1600MHz. As long as they work at the JEDEC #3 voltage and timings, then you received what you ordered. Even if they only worked at 8-8-8-24 timings, you still got what you ordered.
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