Memory4Less: DDR4 Memory Price Report March, 2022
Welcome to our March, 2022 Memory Price Guidance Report. The Memory4Less Price Guidance is based on new, factory sealed, clean tested pull parts and tested refurbished products. Prices in this report reflect our opinion of ASKING MARKET PRICES. These prices are often discounted wholesale prices. 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. We encourage our readers to do further extensive research and due diligence when making their buying decisions.
Memory4Less DDR4 Memory Price Report March, 2022:
DDR4 Registered ECC Memory (RDIMM*) Price Summary March, 2022
DDR4 Load Reduced Memory (LRDIMM**) Price Summary Mar, 2022
The demand for memory and storage has been robust in 2022. The memory prices in March continue to remain stable. However, availability of certain key product segments has become harder as goods are in short supply. We recommend customers complete their upgrading projects at their earliest as prices and availability of parts remain unpredictable.
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**LRDIMM represents load-decreased double inline memory module, utilized in servers that upholds higher densities than RDIMMs and contains a memory support (MB) chip. LRDIMMs are valuable in memory-concentrated applications in data centers, cloud & distributed computing and in high-performance computing (HPC).