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    News - What to pay for your desktop DDR2 RAM in late January 2009

    Are the sales on, or has the dwindling value of the pound hurt pricing?
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    Re: News - What to pay for your desktop DDR2 RAM in late January 2009

    DDR2 remains the memory of choice for most chipsets, but IDC, the market research company, reckons DDR3 will account for 29 per cent of sales in 2009 and as much as 72 per cent in 2001.
    It's like Back to the Future all over again.
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    Re: News - What to pay for your desktop DDR2 RAM in late January 2009

    Woo! Time to get another 2 sticks of memory! Now the only question is whether it's better to have 4x1gb or 2x2gb... Guess I'll go and post that question in hardware
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