I am confused, When a Motherboard Manufacturer speaks about Max Memory, is it the maximum Memory the Motherboard supports or a Slot?

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    Your motherboard only supports 16GB or smaller modules – Ramhound Sep 9 '17 at 18:16
  • @Ramhound I would have to add that this MIGHT be incorrect, depending on the motherboard and the implementation by the OEM... It is possible that although there are 4 DIMM slots and a maximum capacity of 64GB, that it would operate perfectly well with a configuration of two 32GB memory modules. – acejavelin Sep 9 '17 at 19:24

Max memory on a motherboard typically refers to the maxi amount the motherboard can handle. The only exceptions I've seen are on some multi socket server boards, where they specify max per slot.

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Maximum memory generally refers to the whole motherboard. If it is per slot it will usually specify that.

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