Download and install CPU-Z. Have a look at the memory tab (preferably taking a screen shot and posting it in a reply to this post, if you don't mind) and we'll see what it says before getting into this further.
Dram Frequency: 816.0 MHz
FSB: DRAM 1:6
CAS# Latency (CL) 8.0
RAS# to CAS # Delay 8
RAS# Precharge 8
Cycle Time 24 clocks
Command Rate 2T
No clue how to post a screenshot on here, would probably need to register an account with something which would take a hour >.>
Well, some of the numbers are a little odd, but they don't look dangerous at all IMO. I don't know why the DRAM frequency would be 816MHz unless you're BLCK/FSB whatever base frequency you have is overclocked by 2%. However, I've seen some motherboards before that have somewhat weird numbers like that, so it's not a complete surprise and might be normal for your board.
You can try running prime for a while to see if there are stability problems, but I think that you're computer is fine.
is an asus over clocking glitch. set the bios back to standard and auto. what your looking for is the dram timing in the ai menu.
you want to set it to xmp that the intel setting for overclock ram. when it set to xmp save and ecit into windows and check with cpu-z that the ram speed and timing are the same as in the xmp profile.
I did run memtest with the 1630 "Targeted 1632" though, No errors where detected.
does this mean im perfectly ok and gtg?
The frequencies almost never exactly match. Being less than 1% off is no big deal, not even a small issue. It's nothing to worry about and is very normal. It's actually kinda odd for these frequencies to be exactly what the BIOS sets them to, at least in my experience. I'd say that your computer is fine.