DRAM supplied with a new PC hits cost benchmark

  • A combination of consistently tight supply and strong demand is not only sustaining the firm pricing of DDR2, but it could also drive the cost of DRAM supplied with PC systems to more than 10% of the cost of an individual PC, according to industry players. The industry normally regards the 10% figure as an ideal DRAM cost benchmark for PCs.

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