G.Skill Ripjaws V Series DDR4  (Source:
DDR4 (Double Data Rate Fourth Generation) is the latest variant of memory in computing. Compared to DDR3, DDR4 can achieve higher clock speeds and efficiency, lower power consumption and reduced latency.

Building a gaming computer?  Then you might want to look at these DDR4 kits.  A good amount a RAM usually falls in the 4-8GB range.  If you are looking to do more memory demanding tasks like video and image editing, then you could do well with up to 16GB of RAM.
DDR4 supports speeds of between 2133 and 4266 MT/s. Along with its increased speed, DDR4 also is more efficient, using a maximum of 1.2 Volts compared to DDR3’s maximum 1.65 Volts.
Here is a comparison of memory sticks that might fit the bill.
1.   G. SKILL Ripjaws V Series

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G. SKILL has a good reputation among gamers and systems builders when it comes to good reliable memory. Their Ripjaws V DDR4 kits range from 8-32GB and have speeds ranging from 2133MHz to 3200MHz.
2.   Corsair Vengeance LPX

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Corsair Vengeance LPX is designed for high-performance overclocking on the latest Intel X99 motherboards.  It offers higher frequencies, greater bandwidth, and lower power consumption. This memory kit comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The Vengeance LPX also offers speeds in 2400MHz, 2666MHz, 2800MHz, 3000MHz, and 3200MHz.
3.   Patriot Viper Elite Series

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The Viper Elite series is a DDR4 memory kits that is intended for Intel 1000 series platforms.  This Kit is the cheapest of the trio reviewed here and offers speeds ranging from 2400MHz up to 3000MHz.
Brand G. SKILL Ripjaws V Series Corsair Vengeance LPX Patriot Viper Elite Series
Price $64.98 $48.99 $45.99
Speed 2400MHz 2400MHz 2400MHz
CAS Latency 15 14/15/16/32 15
Buffered Unbuffered Unbuffered Unbuffered
Voltage 1.2V 1.2V 1.2V
(2 X 4GB)
(1 X 8GB)
(2 X 4GB)
Type 288-Pin 288-Pin 288-Pin
Available Kits 8 – 32 GB 8 – 32 GB 8 – 32 GB
Colors   Black, Red, Blue, Gray Red, Blue & Gray

Sources: How To Geek, Elite Gaming Computers

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