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Monday, 25 June 2007 10:29

DDR2 end user prices to go up

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Your last chance


DDR2 memory chips are selling below its real value and this will cause the DDR2 memory modules to get much more expensive.

You can expect that the prices will go up this or next week. Currently the high chip prices are not affecting the retail, channel sales as there a still a lot of modules that were assembled and purchased on the cheaper prices but they are being sold fast.

We just wanted to warn you as there won't be a better time to buy a memory than now.

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