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DRAMexchange predicts lower DRAM prices for the summer

Posted on Tuesday, July 13 2010 @ 06:25:37 CEST by


DRAMexchange analysts believe DRAM contract chip prices are likely to decline in July and August:
In late June contract prices for mainstream DDR3 DRAM modules remained in the range of $45 to $47 but some DRAM makers came under pressure due to growing stockpiles among PC OEMs amid weakening demand, DRAMexchange said.

It is thought that DRAMexchange, a division of TrendForce Corp. (Taipei, Taiwan), was referring to 2-Gbyte small-outline, DDR3 dual-in-line memory modules with a data transfer rate clock frequency of 1,066-MHz, although the company was not specific. Suppliers have lowered their contract quotes to the range $44 to $46 dollars from $46 to $48 dollars, DRAMexchange said.




 



 

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