CeBIT 2006 - Day 2 coverage

Posted on Monday, March 13 2006 @ 23:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs posted their coverage of the second day of CeBIT 2006:
OCZ Brings 1100MHz DDR2 Modules

Memory business is akin to oil business: the price of memory chips usually fluctuates significantly depending on the number of chips in the market. On the side of the memory chip manufacturer there is no significant difference between the chips, but there is a huge differentiation for enthusiasts trying to obtain every additional bit of performance. The memory modules business is quite risky itself: you always have to balance the amount of chips in stock, but keep in mind that the prices may fall and you will have to get rid of chips at no profit.
You can read on over here.

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