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Cosair Vengeance RGB compatibility

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Hey, everybody.

I'm pretty new when it comes to building modern PCs. I haven't built a new one since my old one which is soon 4.5 years old.

Here are all of my current components and I'm ready to start building it pretty much:

But before I start building, I would like to ask if there's anyone outhere running a similar setup, namely the RAM. Are there any major risks involved, etc.?

I've bought the VENGEANCE® RGB 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz C15 Memory Kit for my Ryzen 1800X paired up with Asus Crosshair VI, as you can see in the pcparticker list, and as of now it is not officially supported.

Should I return it to the store and look for something else, like G.Skill RGB, before I start building the rig or stick with it and wait for the future compatibility patches.

I will appreciate any input on the matter and the build overall.

Cheers.

Edited by solenrus - Today at 8:27 am '); }
Date: Apr 20, 2017   


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