If you are out shopping for a server or a PC, you're going to be able to buy a box with considerably more memory than you could a year ago. With DRAM prices expected to fall through 2011, the longer you wait to buy, the more memory you are going to get for the money. According to chip market watcher iSuppli, as memory makers …
Ugh ... no thanks
Had more than enough free drams on Hogmanay, ta.
Where are they getting this data
DDR2 has been growing for at least a couple of years now. I swear every time I log in to Crucial.com as I have quite a few systems that woul like some more "obsolete" memory.
If they know a site where the prices are actually dropping I would not mind if they share it. Link please?
ISupply measures wholesale chip prices not retail prices of particular configurations. I certainly am hearing positive things about DDR3 pricing in particular as my company makes products with soldered memory.
Must get my screwdriver and antistatic band out - I can feel an upgrade coming on.
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