DIMM slots are found on modern motherboards and can be used to install additional memory. Memory is organized into SDRAM, DDR3, and DDR4 modules.
Each type of module has different size and frequency requirements, so it’s important to match the right module to the right slot on the motherboard.
When installing memory, make sure to follow the instructions provided with your motherboard. Some slots require a certain type of screwdriver or a special tool to install the module.
Be sure to have the correct tools available before you start installing memory.
Once you’ve installed memory, be sure to reboot your computer to ensure that the new modules are working correctly. If you experience problems with your new memory, be sure to contact your motherboard manufacturer for support.