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H20 Memory for watercooling

Hey guys,

Soo I plan on water cooling my PC and just wanted to know a few things.
I currently own a 8GB (2x4GB) Kingston HyperX Genesis RAM kit (1600MHz).
I want to watercool my RAM just because it looks good. I was hoping to put a pair of these : http://www.kingston.com/us/memory/hyperx/h2o along with the HyperX kit I already own.

The speed of that kit is 2133Mhz and is 2x2GB = 4Gb
The speed of my kit is 1600Mhz and is 2x4GB = 8Gb

Is there any way I can run these two kits together or am I just being really blunt / stupid here?
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    You'd be better of investing in another kit of the same specs then experimenting with different timings.
    Buy yourself another 1600MHz 2 x 4GB kits, same make and model as the one you already own.
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