If you are planning to use all four RAM slots on your motherboard, be aware that this will require a separate RAM module for each slot. Not all motherboards have separate RAM slots for each type of RAM, so if you don’t have one, you may need to purchase a separate RAM module for each slot. Additionally, if you are using multiple types of RAM (e.g.
DDR3 and DDR4), be sure to install the modules in the correct order: DDR3 first, then DDR4, then regular memory. Failure to do so may cause your computer to crash or not boot properly.