It's running at 1333 right now (PC10700 and 667Mhz), and that's exactly as expected if you just installed it or haven't ever gone into the BIOS to configure it. Any RAM faster than 1333 will always default to 1333 in a Z68 board and/or with a Sandy Bridge CPU.
Just go into your BIOS and enable the X.M.P. profile (see where it says "XMP-1866" in the first screen shot? That's what it'll be when you enable the X.M.P. profile). Right now, it's using the JEDEC #3 profile (default).
Thanks for the info.
I went to the bios and took a look, but it was already set to XMP so I didn't touch anything.
This is what I have so far:
The first pic on my original post appears identical to my current check. Did I do anything wrong?