16GB DDR5 is approaching the magical limit of 100 euros

The prices of ddr5 memory modules continue to fall. Although it has only been a few months since the 10 euros per gigabyte was tapped, the next milestone is now on the horizon: the 100 euros limit for 16 GB. At the time of writing, we are only a few euros away from that.

The cheapest module with 16 GB ddr5 is currently for sale for 105.50 euros (excluding shipping costs). We are talking about a relatively simple strip from the Samsung stables, with a speed of 4,800 MT/s and a cas latency of 40 cycles.

However, this price point is 11.3 percent lower than last month, when you spent at least 119 euros on 16 GB DDR5. Also sets of 2 x 8 GB (€ 129.90), 2 x 16 GB (from € 239) and separate dimms of 32 GB (229 euros) have fallen in price. The cheapest ddr5 module is currently 8 GB ValueRam from Kingston (ddr5-4800, cl40) which is available from 70 euros.

For an up-to-date overview of the ddr5 market, there is our overview article, which is updated monthly with the latest developments.

Source: Hardware Info Product Comparator


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