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Old 20th March 2005, 15:31   #1
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Firstly, there was simply no price change throughout the first half of the month because of the Chinese New Year holidays: the price for 256Mbit DDR400 chips fell from $3.8 to $3.72.

When in mid February the traders returned from holidays it still took a while before the wholesale customers woke up from their hibernation. And then here is the end of the month, when the price pressure in the market is traditionally higher, as the companies try to sell as much as possible in order to draw beautiful numbers in their monthly sales reports. As a result, in the third week of February the price of the basic 256Mbit DDr400 chip fell from $3.72 to $3.45 and by the end of March it simply crashed down to $2.85.

Is that what they charged for 256Mbit DDR400 memory? I thought I found "gold" when I paid $60 for one.

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