Ok bruh thanks guess ill just stick to 2866 for stabilityIf you got them to 2866 MHz, you can certainly try for 2933 Mhz.
But IMO you won't see any noticeable difference between 2866 and 2933.
I had some Patriot Viper Elite 2666 MHz RAM that I OC'd to 2866 Hz and they were 100% stable.
I did get them to 2933 but they were not 100% stable and the performance difference wasn't noticeable except in a Memory benchmark.
So my advice is to stick with 2866 MHz if it is 100% stable.
That was the same issue I had with the Viper Elite kit.I have the same memory but 2x8gb 2666mhz.I got it running at 2933mhz stable but......It doesn't like when i tighten the timings