Cost of Memory up by 50% and more

  wee eddie 12:15 07 Feb 09
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Just before Christmas I decided that I would "up" my memory in the "Post Christmas" Sales.

Just add 1GB or so. Cost of 2GB then: £44. Now costs in the low £80's. Rats!

I assume that part of this is the fall in value of the £, but that does not account for all.

I shall keep my money in my pocket.

Anyone else been caught out?

  tullie 12:20 07 Feb 09

No,i check the price before ordering,but if i still need it i get it.

  Grey Goo 12:24 07 Feb 09

Where is that from only just got a 2 gig module for my NC10 from Crucial for less than 20 quid delivered. OK, I know all modules cannot be compared on price alone but £80 seems a bit steep.

  wee eddie 13:33 07 Feb 09

Both Crucial & Kingston have put their prices up by the same amount.

I am getting by without.

  Forum Editor 15:13 07 Feb 09

from Speakers Corner.

  The Brigadier 16:27 07 Feb 09

RAM prices are very volatile at the moment.
Normally good bargains around Xmas then the prices rise!

  lennon0910 17:15 07 Feb 09

Im afraid everyone has had to put their prices up and as was mentioned, it is due to the strength of the £ to the $. Unfortunately this isnt likely to change for a while but click here have some good offers on memory like corsair 2gb 800mhz for £34 inc vat

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