DRAM market faces oversupply

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    Following a period of aggressive capacity build-out, DRAM suppliers are now preparing to suffer through one of their toughest quarters in years, as lower than forecast module demand has left them saddled with a capacity overage that has resulted in massive price reductions. Originally pursued in anticipation of Vista's release, the increased DRAM capacity has seen spot market pricing for 512 Mb DDR2 modules travel from ~$7 in September of '07 to down below $2 in May of this year. <br /><br />Read the full news item
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