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DRAM Contract Price Likely To Continue Rising H1 June

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The effects of the recent power outage at Hynix Semiconductor’s fab in China is expected to begin showing in the DRAM trading markets, helping to spur DRAM contract prices on a continued upward trend in the first half of June, according to DRAMeXchange. Following the power outage at Hynix’s Wuxi, China fab on May 19, DRAMeXchange indicated that some of the company’s customers were informed about a delivery delay or reduced shipment volumes.

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    Pei-chen , May 28, 2008 7:05 PM
    Time to stock up 16 GB of DDR2 and wait out the DDR3 craze. Windows 7 and DDR4 should work nicely in 2010/2011.