Memory4Less: DDR4 Memory Price Report April, 2023


Dear Customer,

Welcome to our April 2023 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, or validity of this information. We encourage our readers to do extensive research and due diligence when making buying decisions. 

Memory4Less DDR4 Memory Price Report April 2023:

DDR4 Registered ECC Memory (RDIMM*) Price Summary April 2023

Reg-ECC 3200MHZ 2933MHZ 2666MHZ 2400MHZ 2133MHZ
DDR4 128GB $802 $778 $778 $838 $995
DDR4 64GB $214 $213 $208 $322 $248
DDR4 32GB $125 $113 $85 $73 $67
DDR4 16GB $92 $81 $65 $54 $44
DDR4 8GB $58 $62 $53 $40 $48

DDR4 Load Reduced Memory (LRDIMM**) Price Summary April 2023

Reg-ECC 3200MHZ 2933MHZ 2666MHZ 2400MHZ 2133MHZ
DDR4 128GB $641 $1,176 $959 $959 $994
DDR4 64GB $375 $285 $214 $144 $144
DDR4 32GB     $152 $85 $65
DDR4 16GB       $125 $47
DDR4 8GB          

The demand for IT products from our research will continue to trend higher. The price movements of IT products may rise or fall over time, however, the companies that will survive the changes coming in the near future will remain strong in the market.

A short overview of the latest trends on the horizon will help us understand how they will impact us users of technology:  

1. Cisco has already started laying out the groundwork for an 800G network as traffic demands grow due to AI, 5G, and Video streaming. In their 8000 series routers, Cisco will incorporate an 800Gps line card. 

2. Google using Tensor chips claims its TPU v4 supercomputer has become more powerful using optical switching technology. Nvidia will not remain far behind and soon we too may see more powerful GPUs and CPUs offered to the IT Industry.

3. AMD is now offering Alveo-based cards to offload video processing from the CPU to reduce latency. 

4. IBM offers reduced-size Big Iron z16 mainframes with a new operating system focused on AI and Edge Computing. The new configurations are based on the Telum Processor-based 68-core IBM z16 models.

We can see from these examples that upgrading the infrastructure to keep pace with the onslaught of new technologies is imperative. 

Customers must upgrade their current infrastructure and our recommendation is to keep servers to the maximum memory and CPU capacities. 

At Memory4Less we can assist you with memory, CPU/processors, SSD, and storage components for these high-end servers.

Our sales staff is experienced and dedicated to assisting you with all your memory and IT product needs.  Our sales team specializes in helping find, procure, and reserve specialty and hard-to-find items. In addition to memory, we can also help you with CPU/Processor products, SSD, Hard Drives, NVMe, and other Storage and Networking equipment. 

You may also search for your parts online 24/7 at, request a quote online, and email us at We are open Monday – Friday 8am – 5Pm. Please call us at 1-800-821-3354 and our experienced sales staff will assist you with your purchase. 

Thank you for your continued support and trust in us. We are always committed to providing you with an excellent customer service experience and aim to exceed your expectations. 

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Memory4Less  –   Please call 1-800-821-3354 for Memory Price Quote

 DISCLAIMER: The information in this communication is confidential and intended only for the use of the addressee. It is the property of Memory4Less and The unauthorized use, disclosure, or copying of this communication or any part thereof is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Please note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the company. The memory price guidance is through extensive algorithmic calculations of OEM memory prices provided to authors from various distribution channels. Memory Prices may vary and change with changing market conditions and supply and demand conditions during a particular day. The intention of this Memory Price Guidance is to allow buyers to have an estimate of expected memory price movements to budget their infrastructure build-out. The Memory Price Guidance is based only on DDR4 memory prices of the type Register ECC modules. Other Memory configuration prices may vary due to brand, type (ECC, non-ECC, load reduced, VLP), speed, profile, latency, and other factors. Please call 1-800-821-3354 to request a quote on your particular memory needs.

*RDIMM, also known as Registered Dual In-Line Memory Module, adds a register, which buffers the address and command signals between Dynamic Random-Access Memory modules (DRAM) on the DIMM and memory controller. RDIMM is used to give better steadiness and scalability and ordinarily performs better compared to unregistered memory.

**LRDIMM represents a load-decreased double inline memory module, utilized in servers that uphold higher densities than RDIMMs and contain a memory support (MB) chip. LRDIMMs are valuable in memory-concentrated applications in data centers, cloud & distributed computing, and high-performance computing (HPC).


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