Vengeance are fairly tall...
If you want to do some clocking, you may get lucky if you grab a set of the G.Skill Ares 2133 9-11-10-28 (4GB DIMM's) memory, as about half the kits I've worked with from that line (all were 1866 and higher) had Hynix CFR, MFR, and one even had BFR which was especially odd as it had a "production date" of the 34th week of 2012!
Mushkin Ridgeback Redline/Blackline memory MAY fit, although it's been a while since I've owned any and while I seem to recall it being shorter than most, I could be wrong. If I'm not, just know that, at least in the past, I have had a lot of "hits" in terms of finding great IC's on Mushkin DIMM's, and it's literally as simply as looking at the timings. For example, I went through 9 different Redline and Blackline Ridgeback kits, all 2133 9-11-10-28, and every single one had CFR or BFR IC's; in fact, I've never gotten "Nanya'd" by Mushkin OR G.Skill with DDR3, and Crucial is always going to be some kind of Micron... It's really Corsair who you have to watch out for, because they'll throw ANYTHING onto a PCB even if it's stretched within a micrometer of its life just trying to keep stock clocks, so unless you have access to a store that will let you visually inspect the DIMM's (so you can see what the Version is, and thus the IC's used), it's just frankly too big of a risk (especially since they overcharge more than could ever be considered acceptable).
IDK, maybe Corsair makes good sub-zero kits, but for air and water (even chilled water and 0*F winter air
), G.Skill and Mushkin are the most trustworthy brands, and they have phenomenal, literally PHENOMENAL customer support! I have never once asked for an RMA from G.Skill, but on 7 different occasions, I'd mentioned killing a stick (or four :S ) while on their forum, and a rep sent me out an entire new kit without asking any questions at all... That's how you keep customers for life! Even better, though, on all but 2 occasions, the kits they sent were SIGNIFICANT upgrades over the stick or sticks I killed, I'm talking going from 2000 9-11-9 2x2GB to 3x4GB DDR3-2300 6-9-6 and the like! Imagine having a stick of Ripjaws X 2133 die, and less than a week later, with no work or even having to return the extra sticks on your part, a box with four 4GB DDR3-3000 11-13-13-35 sticks of Trident X shows up at your door, free of charge, with a note that says "best of luck, we're cheering for you!".
Or, you can deal with grumpy people on phones who don't seem to care that their customers exist, much less about helping them :/