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Samsung to slash graphics memory prices?

Posted on Tuesday, December 18 2007 @ 15:00:41 CET by

Industry sources claim Samsung is now offering its graphics card memory at dumping prices:
The sources claim that Samsung 256Mb (16Mbx16) DDR2 is selling for only US$0.50. Other DRAM makers think that the price is unbelievably low, as typical costs for this type of DDR2 graphics memory chip, from the wafer to back-end production, would usually run about US$1.40.

Samsung's low-price move for graphics memory comes as a further blow to Taiwan's DRAM makers, which are already suffering from plunging prices in the commodity DRAM market.

Graphics memory provides higher margins than commodity DRAM, but Samsung's move may now trigger a free fall for graphics memory prices.



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