Hi! My parents' basic office computer needed upgrading. I ordered following components: Intel i3-12100 Asus TUF GAMING B660M-PLUS D4 RAM: MD16GK2D4360018XRGB I wonder if I did a mistake by not ordering this QVL-certified RAM, which I figured out after the purchase. I'm not new to RAM things at all, but there was some hassle when doing the order and I assumed that Intel has uber strong memory controller anyway so almost anything will work. I have read though that non-K parts often have weaker silicon and so weaker memory controller (or is it really just the locked VCCSA voltage of these parts?), which can result in RAM not reaching anything higher than 3600 MHz (perhaps @CL16 or so?). Is there a legit chance the ordered PNY memory will not work as intended or should I rearrange the order (it would be a hassle). The goal of this computer is of course to work completely stable, but it would be nice to have all the performance of the memory you paid for. EDIT. Configuring the memory to some lower values is an option of course if performance is not really lost and stability is 100 %.