What Does DIMM Slots Mean?

DIMM slots are the connectors on a motherboard that allow you to install additional memory modules. A DIMM is a type of memory chip, and it is typically smaller than a traditional PC RAM module.

A DIMM slot is typically located near the front of the motherboard, just behind the main processor socket. You can install DIMMs in either direction, depending on the orientation of your motherboard.

DIMM slots are standardized, so most motherboards have at least one DIMM socket. You can use a DIMM to expand your system’s memory capacity by installing additional memory modules.

Although not all DIMMs are compatible with all motherboards, most modern motherboards have at least one DIMM socket that is compatible with DDR3 or DDR4 memory modules.

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