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    DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    Change in DRAM pricing trends could occur when CPU shortages and trade disputes are fixed.
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    Re: DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    they which

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    Re: DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    I don't mind, DRAM prices are back down around reasonable levels so the price levelling off is fine if that means other RAM categories get a production boost as well.
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    Re: DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    Ah so second half of the year is when all the cuts in production will have kicked in so they can increase the price due to lack of supply and high demand...

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    Re: DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    From what i can make out it's more to do with Intel supposedly sorting out their supply issues, basically OEM's are facing a supply side constraint on low end CPUs so that's had a knock-on effect of less RAM going into new systems, at least that's what TrendForce are saying.

    Meanwhile, Intel's low-end CPU supply shortage is expected to last until the end of 3Q19, and PC-OEMs are unable to carry out the consumption of DRAM chips under demand suppression.

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    Re: DRAM price decline will slow in Q2 says Nanya Technologies

    Just bought 2x 8gb Corsair LPX 3000Mhz ram for £105 which I thought was pretty cheap. Replaced some OEM Corsair 2400Mhz which I'll put in this build which I'll give to my son when I build a new
    Zen 2 PC in July. Think the 3000Mhz would play better with Zen 2. With the LPX ram installed my 7700K was stable at 5Ghz with just a tiny bump to 1.3V whereas it would just crash on the old ram. I run the CPU at 4.7Ghz for everyday use as I think this rules out being CPU bound as I game at 1440p with a Vega 64.

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