Memory-module makers concerned about rising DDR2 ASPs
Written by Cadaveca   
Thursday, 24 August 2006 13:41

Read the full story at DigiTimes:

"Taiwan memory-module makers are seeing increased cost pressures amid the recent growth of DDR2 spot prices, especially prices for DDR2 at 667MHz, according to local players.

The players noted that a leading chipmaker such as Samsung Electronics is quoting 512Mbit DDR2-667 at US$5.60. According to DRAMeXchange, the average price of DDR2-667 was US$5.02 on August 24."

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