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|8th October 2015, 11:40||#1|
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Microsoft blamed for falling RAM prices
Software giant Microsoft giving Windows 10 away for free is being blamed for the slump in RAM prices.
You can pick up a DDR3 module for an average $18.50 per 4GB and prices appear to be headed downwards.
Many DRAM makers are blaming Microsoft. Normally when a new operating system is released, it normally drives a big upsurge in new system buys and upgrades. But Windows 10, like every operating system release since Windows 7 has not needed new hardware. Vole released it for free so people just installed it on their existing machines.
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