Sources: DRAM contract prices rose more than 10% in February

03/4/2013 | DigiTimes

Contract prices for PC DRAMs increased by more than 10% last month, pushing the price of a 4GB DDR3 module to about $20 and a 2GB DDR3 module to more than $11, DigiTimes reports, citing sources in Taiwan. Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix reportedly are shifting more of their memory-chip production to mobile RAM and DRAMs for servers, resulting in less PC DRAM on the market, those sources noted.

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