You have 1333 DDR (Double Data Rate) RAM.
The RAM itself runs at 666MHz, but because it is “double pumped” its equivalent data rate is twice that, hence 1333MHz.
You do indeed have PC3-10600. CPU-Z shows only the half of it because DDR RAM like the names says – Double Data Rate – can transfer twice as much data on one I/O bus clock, than the actual IO frequency which CPUZ shows.
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Actually its not 10600 but 10700 as the OP says. and it runs at 1334 (2×667) to be exact.
Sisoft Sandra measures the same as the description.