Micron Adds Industry's First Monolithic 8Gb DDR3 SDRAM to Product Portfolio

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jbwhite99

Unless the cost of sand has gone up, please bring pricing down. We have seen memory double in price since late 2011.

I am hoping the DOJ is going to look into price fixing here. Same as they did in the late 1980's and a couple of times since then...

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gamingwithnetbooks

I'm guessing this doesn't mean Crucial 16GB non-ECC DIMM's?

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BloodDonor

I *think* this is referring to a 8GB chip, which means you can have a bigger capacity DIMM