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Will two kits of corsair vengeance 5600 mhz DDR5 (32x2 + 32x2) cause issues?


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Hi, So i am updating my PC and these are the overall parts (old and new combined).

I9 13900k
Asus Rog Strix Z790 E-Gaming
Asus Tuf RTX 4090 OC
Corsair Vengeance DDR5-5600 RGB 32x2 (x2)= 128Gb (Dominator is not available and import costs doubles the price after tax/customs)
Samsung 990 Pro 2Tb 
WD Black SN850X M.2 4Tb x2
Seagate Iron wolf pro 7200rpm 256Mb Cache 18Tb
(and I'll be adding my old SSDs (1x m.2, 2x Samsung 870 Evo, and 4 HDDs)
Cooler Master Liquid ML360R (with LGA 1700 bracket)
Msi MPG A1000G ATX 3.0 PCI-E 5.0

So it was pointed out to me that I need to get the kit of 4 rams instead of getting 2 kits (2x2) because even if they are the same by name and frequency but their model numbers a different and can cause issues. Is it true and if it is then is there any work around for it? because i need 128gb of ddr 5 ram.


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Our memory kits are only validated and guaranteed to work in the configuration that they are packaged and sold as. Attempting to mix two kits, even of the same part number can lead to system stability issues, prevent XMP from working, or even prevent the system from booting entirely.

Unfortunately we do not have any DDR5 memory kits of the capacity you wish to have.


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