Don’t let this happen to you!
According to the Taipei Times the prices of DDR and DDR2 RAM modules may rise during the first quarter of 2006.
The increase is a direct result of the pressure placed on manufacturers to cut production in order to boost declining prices.
One researcher noted that “contract prices for banker double-data-rate (DDR) DRAM modules have fallen 22 percent since September when compared to the previous three months. The price for DDR2, which processes data faster dipped by about 32 percent.”
The bottom line here is that if you are in the market for some new RAM, get it now before the price hikes take effect.
Posted by Sean