|1st, your CPU is an AMD Phenom II x6 1055T. CPUs don't make noise.|
2nd, both your CPU & motherboard don't officially support DDR3-1600 without overclocking.
3rd, your new RAM is not true DDR-1600. According to JEDEC standards, all DDR3 RAM is suppose to run at 1.5v & the memory settings are programmed into an EEPROM on the memory stick. The BIOS reads the EEPROM & sets up the RAM speed, voltage, timings accordingly (unless the user overrides them). This is called SPD (Serial Presence Detect). What you bought is XMP memory (XMP = eXtreme Memory Profile) which is for Intel systems. XMP is additional info that is programmed into the EEPROM that automatically overclocks the RAM when XMP is enabled in the BIOS. Here's the explanation from Corsair:
"What is XMP?
XMP is a feature of most current motherboards using an Intel chipset (X58, P55, etc.) which allows for simple overclocking of your memory. Overclocked memory modules often must be manually configured in your BIOS in order to achieve the overclocked settings. A memory module which supports XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) allows you to simply enable XMP mode in the BIOS which would then automatically configure your memory settings for the correct voltage, speed and latency values."
Intel devoted a page to XMP:
Since your AMD board doesn't support XMP, the BIOS will read the SPD & the memory will most likely default to 1333MHz. If you want it to run faster than that, you have to manually configure the memory settings in the BIOS. In other words, you will need to overclock it.
And from your motherboard manual: When enabling Dual Channel mode with two or four memory modules, it is recommended that memory of the same capacity, brand, speed, and chips be used and installed in the same colored DDR3 sockets for optimum performance.