Home > slashdot > Oversupply Sends DRAM Prices To One-year Low

Oversupply Sends DRAM Prices To One-year Low

January 4th, 2011 01:48 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

alphadogg writes DRAM chip prices reached a one-year low on Tuesday and approached their cheapest ever due to a post-holiday oversupply. The cheap memory chips are pushing PC prices lower too, a Taiwan-based trading platform said. Prices for commodity 1-Gbit DDR3 DRAM chips dropped to an average of $0.84 per unit from historic highs around $2.80 in April and May last year, said Ivan Lin, publicist and editor with DRAMeXchange. Prices hit a record low of $0.81 per chip in March 2009, according to the exchange’s daily surveys.”

Source: Oversupply Sends DRAM Prices To One-year Low

Related Articles:

  1. Chinese DRAM Plant Fire Continues To Drive Up Memory Prices
  2. Fire At Hynix FAB May Bump DRAM Prices
  3. IBM Demos Single-Atom DRAM
  4. SSD Prices Continue 3-Year Plunge
  5. 3D DRAM Spec Published
blog comments powered by Disqus
YOYOYOOYOYOYO