Honestly not worth the effort, but you can try plugging those in manually. I'd use the Dram Calculator tables to help, because you aren't just using the Primary values (the 5 you can generally see) but there's 40+ more in the Secondary and Tertiary tables that also have to identify with the lowered Primary values. Get those out of whack and kiss stability good-bye.
On top of that it's also AMD, and they are quite particular about ram settings. Might have been better to go with the 3200/14 to start with as the Trident's use Samsung B-die, but quite often the 3200/16 were either Samsung D-die or SkHynix, which worked well after updating Agesa, but were somewhat iffy originally and usually only held 2933MHz stable.