No, the RAM chip is either passive or self-clocking. What you would need drivers for are desktop CPUs.
The motherboard needs to have the right amount of slots to accommodate the type of RAM you are installing. Older PCs will require an 8-bit data bus which limits them to up to 640 kb per slot. New PCs will allow users to install different types of RAM based on availability and demand but you can use devices like online banks if necessary. There are cases where system crashes occur even when all hardware specs match requirements because there might be a problem with the drivers– which means that if your PC won’t go past POST then it may be time for a visit from your motherboards’ manufacturer before any other.