Many people don’t realize that there are different types of slots for RAM on a motherboard. Some motherboards have only one type of slot for RAM, while others may have two or more.
The important thing to remember is that the type of RAM you install will affect the number of slots available on your motherboard.
If you have only one type of slot for RAM, then your board only supports one RAM module at a time. If you have two slots, then you can install two RAM modules at a time.
If you have more than two slots, then you can install up to four RAM modules at a time.
Some motherboards also have dual or triple channel support for RAM. This means that the motherboard can support multiple RAM modules that are configured in pairs or trios (three).
Dual channel support allows the use of two memory modules in each channel, while triple channel support allows the use of three memory modules in each channel.
The important thing to remember is that the number of slots available on your motherboard will affect the type and amount of memory that you can install. Make sure to consult your motherboard’s documentation to find out how many slots are available on your particular model.