40 months ago
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Klevv Crass, Dominator platinum especially those new special edition ones looks neat in all silver, and Trident Z IMO
Never heard of the Klevv class, love the look of them!
Corsair Vengeance LEDs and the HyperX Fury/Savage models are the best looking in my opinion :)
I gotta be honest, I'm ready to go back to bare sticks of memory. the heat spreaders are all for show and they have gotten a bit outta hand lately. I really dig the look of bare sticks. Reminds me of the good ole days of building computers.
I cant say I agree with you;) Bare sticks are boring! I guess only reason they going extreme with the designing of ram sticks is because their not very noticeable. If you have bare sticks....no one knows what brand your using i guess
I also cast a vote for Corsair LPX..
They give the possibility to match your build without being overly fancy or in the way of other components..
My builds are done with Large Air Coolers though, So choices are a bit limited.
Galax hof editions
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G.Skill TridentZ are the best looking in my book. Sharp, understated heat spreader with multiple color choices to match your rig.
I don't care how ram looks.
The GeIL Super Luce(http://pcpartpicker.com/product/tx648d/geil-memory-glw416gb2400c15dc) looks pretty nice, but from the not much looking I did, I'd have to say the Corsair Vengeance LED(http://pcpartpicker.com/product/Vn648d/corsair-vengeance-led-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3200-memory-cmu16gx4m2c3200c16) I didn't look around a great deal, but both of those are nice.
Oh, and for DDR3, which I don't care if you didn't ask for, PNY Anarchy(http://pcpartpicker.com/product/XFGj4D/pny-memory-md16gk2d316009ab) Then again, I am making a Haswell build with that ram, so I might be a bit biased.
There are ddr4 versions of the PNY Anarchy, for what it's worth. http://pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/pNqbt6,hdmxFT,RRkwrH/
I personally prefer Corsair LPX and other low-profile stuff.
Yes, I knew there were PNY Anarchy for DDR4, I just forgot to mention them or decided not to.
Those Coirsair LPX's are also nice, but I'd still prefer the two I mentioned.