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No. Officially, there's no PC8500 modules as per the standards.

So all modules past PC6400 are considered to be overclocked modules. And some you have to set the settings yourself, some have a timing table already set, like those modules you got:

533MHz 5-5-5-15 at 2.10v
 

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Ahh okay cuz I checked the bios as well and it said 800 Mhz and didnt know why.
 

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You need to set the timings and speed manually as some motherboards won't read timings beyond the 400MHz settings, because that would be going out of specs. Standard is... like I said, 800MHz. Anything beyond is overclocking or at least considered overclocking.
 

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All DDR2 above 800 is OCed. (factory OC)
If it doesn't clock up to 1066 automatically, just clock it up manually.
 

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Tsk tsk, double posting Fadz :p

And yes, JDEC states pc6400 as standard
 

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Tsk tsk, double posting Fadz :p

And yes, JDEC states pc6400 as standard
No, the forums has been infested with some bots lately, and obviously the bot's post was deleted, leaving Fadz's post looking seemingly like a double-post.

That aside, standards also say that max DDR2 volt is 1.8v. 6400 is as high as you can get the modules to work at 1.8v, hence standards stop at 6400. But you might also be able to push higher with a bit of luck, and timing tweaks.
 
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