News DRAM Prices Fall While NAND Stays Flat

GoatGuy

Reputable
Feb 22, 2016
18
8
4,515
0
Yes... its good. Seems (in perusing various retail vendors) that it makes very little sense to economize below 16 GB on a new system, these days. Actually, 32 GB is about $150 in DDR4 / 3200 sticks (2 x 16 GB). A steal.

Perhaps not future-proof, but certainly good enough for the next several years. For most stuff, provided you're a pretty standard biscuits-and-gravy computer user.

GoatGuy
 

alextheblue

Distinguished
Apr 3, 2001
3,078
106
20,970
2
Yes... its good. Seems (in perusing various retail vendors) that it makes very little sense to economize below 16 GB on a new system, these days. Actually, 32 GB is about $150 in DDR4 / 3200 sticks (2 x 16 GB). A steal.

Perhaps not future-proof, but certainly good enough for the next several years. For most stuff, provided you're a pretty standard biscuits-and-gravy computer user.

GoatGuy
I've been eyeing a couple of 3600 kits in that price range, actually. Gonna have to save some chickens for a new system.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY