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    Mixing Vengeance RGB 3600 with Vengeance 3600 RGB Pro?

    Hi all, I'm an idiot. Ordered a couple of 16RGB Pro modules (thinking that's what I had in my build) and turns out I have none 'Pro' Anyone know if these can still be mixed safely? Both C18 and 3600 and Ryzen tuned. Pro having a taller heatsink


    2 x 16GB CMW32GX4M2Z3600C18 (Pro)
    2 x 16GB CMH32GX4M2D3600C18 (Installed)

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    Re: Mixing Vengeance RGB 3600 with Vengeance 3600 RGB Pro?

    Yeah it's usually fine to mix, just make sure timings are loose enough (might have to run a bit looser for 4 dimms anyway) and ensure each channel is the same (ie one of each in each channel).

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