The first kit we see is a little imitation of the G-style product. SKILL and Trident Z. Unlike these memories, these RAM kits you do not have an RGB light controller, so we'll just have a predefined LED system and that can't be changed.
Therefore, the price is somehow lower than other kits including their control.
The basic kit for those who want to customize their equipment, as they are offered in four different colors: black, red, gray and blue. Unfortunately, its RGB lighting system it cannot be controlled in any way, because it doesn't handle its own connectors.
Therefore, its price is somehow lower than the other kits we'll see below.
One of the most recommended items that comes marked, but at a slightly lower price. They have support to control the board through 4-pin and 12-volt connection compatible.
In addition, it is compatible with DDR2, DDR3 and DDR4.
ASHAMA RGB RAM RAM
Bewinner RAM Shell
One of the few kits that will allow control and synchronization of RGB program through our motherboard through the connector 4 pins and 12 volts. It includes its thermal compatible pads without aluminum heatsinks to improve the cooling of the modules.
In all of this, its price is more expensive than kits that do not allow lighting control.
Jonsbo NC-1 RAM
Thermaltake Pacific R1 Plus DDR4
It's an expensive kit for the rest of this article, where the most notable thing is that it's not even a heatsink kit to use, but an LED cover that covers our memories. It has the peculiarity that Thermaltake only announces compatibility with DDR4 due to the anchors and size of the Slots, but they have been seen working on plates with DDR3 or even DDR2.
Gets compatible with motherboard tops when you have a connector 3 pins for 5 volts.