Memory4Less: DDR4 Memory Price Report August 14th 2019

Memory4Less price Guidance is based on new, factory sealed, clean tested pull parts. and tested refurbished. Prices in this report reflect our opinion of ASKING MARKET PRICES. These prices are often discounted. Actual transaction prices may vary due to brand and available quantities.  No guarantees are made and no liabilities are assumed as to the accuracy, validity of this information.

Memory4Less DDR4 Memory Price Report August 14th 2019

DDR4 Memory Prices Stablize after a continued Summer Decline (June and July). 

DDR4 Memory Price Summary August 14th 2019

Reg-ECC 2666MHZ 2400MHZ 2133MHZ
DDR4 128GB $1172 $1185 NA
DDR4 64GB $364 $370 $424
DDR4 32GB $144 $141 $153
DDR4 16GB $98 $97 $68
DDR4 8GB $75 $68 $65

These are estimated averages from variety of sources. Our August guidance to customers is to buy at these prices. . The market has experienced and absorbed the price decreases from the previous month. Prices are now stable. Higher capacity 128GB and 64GB are seeing stronger demand from previous months. The major manufacturers  are limiting delivery on 128GB product.  32GB continue to be the most sought after module in July-August. 16GB  prices are steady and some products and configurations are harder to find. 8GB are also steady and in some configuration have increased in price. Major manufacturers continue to  move production to higher capacity modules. New high density CPUs from AMD and INTEL will require more of the higher capacity modules. 

1. DDR4 128GB are in tight supply. Orders with major manufacturers are in backlog.
2. DDR4 64GB 2666Mhz and 2400Mhz are in high demand for upgrades. Prices have been stable for the month of July and beginning August and we project this trend will continue. 
3. DDR4 32GB 2666Mhz and 2400Mhz prices are now stable for 3 months. Demand is strong for this product, prices are unlikely to decline further. 
4. DDR4 16GB 2666Mhz, 2400Mhz and 2133Mhz prices are now stable. Some configuration of 16GB and 8GB are scarce and prices have risen for them. Further price drop in these capacities is unlikely. 
5. AMD has finally launched three 64-Core, 128-thread CPUs for data center use. Codenamed Rome these will go a long way towards scalable compute, memory and I/O performance improvements. VM and Cloud infrastructures will see enormous growth and innovation possibilities. These are AMD’s second Generation Epyc processors built on the Zen 2 CPU architecture. 
6. Intel has released a 56-Core Cooper Lake Xeon processor. 
7. To match the CPU core increments DDR5 is on the horizon. 

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