There seems to be no respite for the memory manufacturers, whether all the kids are back to school for not.
And that indicates that demand for PCs which use the pesky memory is also still flabby. DRAM Exchange reports the price of DDR 256Mbit and 128Mbit 266MHz pieces continues to fall, with the former chip costing $7 and the latter $3.50. That means a module of 128MB DDR 266 memory costs a piteous $46.99 or so on the spot market.
Demand for SDRAM too, continues its downward trend, giving little respite to the manufacturers in the normally bouyant third quarter of the year.
News source: The Inquirer