From cheap and cheerful 4GB sticks that get the basic job done to top of the range, high frequency modules with RGB and even liquid cooling: KitGuru Labs tests tons of memory to the limit. Check out our shortlist, then make your selection.
Thermaltake's WaterRAM is a serious piece of kit. Not only do you get good levels of performance - as expected from DDR4-3200MHz - but Thermaltake's approach provides a very easy way to watercool your memory. They'll still work just fine if you don't have a custom loop set up, but for the enthusiasts out there who want to go all-out, what better way than by going for WaterRAM?