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DDR2 prices still falling faster than DDR prices

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Even with Intel's shortage of DDR2 chipsets affecting market, the price of DDR2 memory is still dropping at a rate faster than traditional DDR memory. Demand remains weak in the spot market despite the fact memory prices continue falling. However, DRAMeXchange observed that the rate that DDR spot prices are falling has slowed, except for 512 Mbit DDR2 533 parts. On the other hand, NAND flash pricing remained stable except for 8Gbit parts.

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