is XMP enabled in BIOS? that will give you a bit of a performance boost. On cpu-z, click on the memory tab to see what you have it running currently. The tab you are showing are the SPD profiles stored on the chip.
I think you might actually be running into a CPU/IMC bottleneck here. I noticed my memory score go up when I overclocked my 2500K. My current set of 2133 MHz DIMMs scores a 9.9 on Windows 8's WEI (7.9 on Win7) paired with an overclocked 2500K at 4.1 GHz. The memory controller in your CPU may be struggling to keep up, especially since AMD isn't known for making great memory controllers.
Ok thanks. Here is a screenshot of what cpuid is now saying. I selected set up defaults from bios and selected 800MHZ and now my timings have changed please have a look I will post a few shots thanks for the help.
You can try to tighten up the timings a little, manually. Looser timings generally give you better clock speeds, but tighter timings will give you more throughput...until it crashes. Some ram just won't run stable the faster it's clocked unless the timings are loosened up a bit.