A Closer Look
Looking at the Kingston HyperX Genesis 10th Anniversary Special Edition stick closely, I found that each side has a different design on it, although both sides have the big sliver "X" logo that starts in the middle and extends from end to end. The "X" is pretty fitting, both for the HyperX brand and the 10th anniversary. One side has a sticker, while the other has a HyperX logo on its left half and a 10th anniversary logo on the other.
The sticker denotes the memory type and such, while the other end has a Kingston logo silkscreened onto it, just like the logos on the opposite side.
The silver heatsink wraps closely around the stick on three sides. Only the copper fingers that plug into the motherboard and a tiny bit of PCB on either end stick out.
I checked those ends and the IC type under the heatspreaders for any characteristics that might help in identifying the type of PCB used, and I found some numbers on two parts, but nothing that gave any real information. The top of the stick is flat, with just a line across the top where both individual ends meet. A very basic but effective overall design.