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Old 24th August 2007, 12:24   #1
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Default DDR3 prices are expect to go down next year

DDR3 prices are expect to go down next year, as Intel plans to use DDR3 for its mobile parts. Once the memory hits mainstream the prices are rapidly going down. So if you are shocked with the current prices of DDR3 just give it some time and X38 chipset will finally prove the real power of this new low voltage memory and a next generation mobile platform will certanly help the prices to go down. Notebooks are really getting popular and so will DDR3 notebooks. (NC)

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