Naveed, the memory you are using will be able to run at 1600MHz when you enable XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) on the motherboard. The normal memory speed will be 1333 MHz.
It is very important to let you know that when configuring the memory manually to match the native memory settings or selecting an XMP profile, the processor is immediately over clocked and it is expected to have problems.
In regards to the speed Visual BIOS is reporting, would you please send me a picture of it?
This processor does not have Turbo Boost technology; this is a technology that dynamically increases the processor's frequency as needed. So, if the system is reporting higher clock speed, it could be because the CPU is being over clocked.
Would you please let me know which the current BIOS version of your motherboard is?
Hi sylvia, I've checked my update my default BIOS settings and also upgrade the BIOS version to latest one. Set the value of RAM and processors in BIOS. Now My computer is working perfectly.Thanks for your Help and if i will find any new thing, I'll update.