- SO-DIMM stands for Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module.
- Commonly called RAM, it is a thin rectangular device connected to a computer motherboard through the SO-DIMM slot.
- SO-DIMM provides the computer system with random access memory that supports programs or computer applications when it is up and running.
- SO-DIMM has had variances over the years starting from DDR, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4, and DDR5.
- A laptop can have more than one SO-DIMM slot to allow expansion of RAM.
- Increasing the size of RAM makes your computer faster.
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