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Old 5th November 2005, 17:54   #1
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The price drop for DDR2 should slow, as memory makers have adjusted DDR2 capacity and the market should see a reduction in DDR2 supply in November. With oversupply pressure easing, memory makers have thus turned slightly optimistic about pricing trends, and will take decelerating price drop as a positive sign, the sources explained.

However, Kim added that makers have increased their production ratio of DDR, which should help ease DDR2 inventory levels.

With DDR2 pricing bottom out by decreasing production and increasing production on DDR, will DDR pricing be dropping?

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