SDRAM will remain actual at least for a quarter
After the wide spreading of new DDR chipsets, the demand for SDRAM memory and systems started to decrease. However, after the prices for Intel 845S SDRAM chipsets and AMD Duron CPUs had been considerably reduced, many makers started to build inexpensive entry level systems. There has even been a period of increasing SDRAM prices, but itís not a surprise, as the prices of DDR modules is at least 50% higher than similar-capacity SDRAM.
Many wonder how long will SDRAM systems remain afloat? Chipset makers like VIA Technologies and SiS believe SDRAM will be actual for at least a quarter. As you know, the "massive attack" of Intel Springdale with its dual-channel DDR is expected eaqrly in Q2. Then, according to the provisional forecasts, signel-channel DDR will be shifted to the low-end, pushing SDRAM out.
Source: The DigiTimes
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